Bridgeport, CT (May 18, 2019) - A hit-and-run occurred during the earlier hours of Saturday morning, sending one woman to the hospital.
A van struck a female pedestrian at approximately 2:00 a.m. The hit-and-run accident occurred on Canfield Avenue, according to the crash report.
According to the female who was hit, she was standing next to a friend's car when the van came upon on her in the opposite direction and struck her. The van fled after it hit her.
The victim sustained minor injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
It is unknown yet if the individual driving the van has been found, identified, and arrested.
We hope the victim of this hit-and-run makes a full and fast recovery.
Finding a Connecticut Hit-and-Run Attorney
When a motorist fails to stop and check on a victim after they have been hit, this is the definition of a hit-and-run or a skip-hit. When any party is a part of an accident, it is their responsibility to stop and check on the victim and provide aid if needed. Failure to do so is a very serious offense and in 47 of the 50 states in the United States, it isn't taken lightly. This type of incident is considered a felony.
As a victim of a hit-and-run, you have rights and you may be able to obtain full compensation for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, and damages. The Law Offices of Paul Levin have experience representing those that have been victimized by the reckless negligence of a hit-and-run driver. Our Connecticut personal injury attorneys can help you with your claim. Don't wait to seek medical attention or obtain legal representation. Let one of our experienced personal injury attorneys build a solid case for you. Call us at 860-322-5302 today, we are here to listen to your experience and provide the legal help you need.
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Disclaimer: As active members in our local and statewide communities, we are saddened by these accidents and our hearts go out to the friends, family, and victims affected by them. Our intent in these posts is to raise awareness in our community of the dangers involved in these activities and to hopefully prevent future injuries. This information should not be misconstrued as legal advice, and you should always speak with an experienced legal professional about your case.
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