Is Hit and Run a Felony?

A hit and run occurs anytime someone leaves the scene of a car crash involving property damage, injury, or death. It also includes leaving the scene without giving all of your information. In Texas, a hit and run is a serious criminal charge, and depending on the severity of the

December 10th, 2020|Categories: Hit and Run|

What To Do After a Hit and Run

 Involvement in a hit-and-run incident is frightening. You may have immediately experienced physical trauma, and you can feel alone, especially if no one else was in the car with you. Trying to remain as calm as possible is important as is taking several other steps. Call 911 Immediately reporting the

September 13th, 2016|Categories: Hit and Run|

The Three Leading Causes of Traffic Accidents in Texas

Accidents on the roads and highways of Texas kill or injure thousands every year. In 2014 alone, traffic crashes in the state claimed the lives of 3,534 drivers, passengers, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians. Somewhere in the state, a significant traffic mishap occurs every 66 seconds, one resulting in an injury

5 Tips To Handle A Hit & Run

If you're involved in a hit-and-run, there are allegations that you were involved in an accident and failed to stop and provide your identifying and contact information, driver's license number and insurance information. The severity of the charge and what it's punishable by usually depend on whether there were any

December 3rd, 2015|Categories: Criminal Defense, Hit and Run|