Hit and Run Accidents Require Aggressive Representation

Seattle Hit and Run accidents are defined as accidents where on individual caused damage to another individual or another person’s property and left the scene of the accident before the proper documentation can be exchanged. This can be classified as either felony or misdemeanor, depending on how serious the accident was, but either way, those accused of hit and run accidents face serious penalties. If you have been charged with a hit and run accident, the help of an experienced hit and run attorney is vital to helping you protect your rights.

State law requires drivers who are in an accident to stop and exchange driver documentation. This is the case for serious accidents as well as minor ones. Anyone who fails to do so can be accused of a hit and run.

At Eagle Law Offices, P.S., we understand that there are many reasons why you might have left the scene of the accident. Perhaps you were unaware of the laws that require you to stay and exchange information. Maybe you had a moment of temporary panic. Perhaps you felt the accident was minor enough to not require an exchange of information. Sadly, for hit and run cases, the law does not care about your reason. That is why solid representation from a qualified criminal law attorney is vital.

When we work with hit and run accident cases, our goals are to help our clients get the least possible consequences. With these cases, in many instances we can look at the evidence and use it to help our clients prove that our clients were not the at fault driver in the case. We will fight hard for you to lessen the consequences for your actions.

In addition, our qualified attorney will guide you through the legal process. We believe that by keeping you fully informed, we can help you create the best possible defense. Along the way we will treat you with the dignity and respect you deserve.

We will provide you with aggressive representation throughout your legal battle. With our help, first time Seattle Hit and Run offenders rarely serve jail time. So call us today at 206-426-6961 to start working with a qualified and experienced hit and run attorney or by clicking Here. With Eagle Law Offices, P.S., you can begin to put this situation behind you and start moving on with your life.

 

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