Salt Lake City Hit & Run Accident Attorneys
Discuss Your Hit and Run Case During a Free Consultation!
Causing a hit and run accident is a crime that carries serious penalties for the offender. Fines and jail time usually result. However, those consequences do little to address the damage you suffered if you are victimized by a careless driver who leaves the scene of your hit and run accident.
At Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson in Salt Lake City, we are well aware that criminal convictions are not enough. You are entitled to compensation from the fleeing driver. Our job is to build your case to make sure that you receive justice.
Our Salt Lake City hit and run accident attorneys are well-versed in asserting various auto accident claims and ensuring that our clients' right to compensation is compellingly put forth.
You and your loved ones do not have to let this wrongdoing go unanswered. Contact us today to request a free case evaluation.
Is it Necessary to Locate the At-Fault Driver?
At Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson, we can overcome the challenges inherent in a complex hit and run accident claim. The first step is proving that you were struck by an at-fault motorist.
It is not required that the police locate the other driver. We can still build your case and reconstruct the accident, even if law enforcement cannot locate the at fault fleeing driver.
Claims Involving Uninsured Drivers
Even if we can locate the perpetrator, that does not guarantee that the negligent party carries insurance. Many times, lack of insurance is the reason they flee the scene of the accident.
Regardless of their insurance status, there are means we can use to obtain compensation for the victims. There are ways to collect even if we have to pursue your own uninsured motorist insurance coverage.
Whatever the details of your hit and run claim, Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson is ready to hear your story.
Call (801) 901-3470 to speak with our experienced legal team. There is no fee unless we win your case.
Could A Bar Be Sued For A Drunk Driving Accident?
If a bar serves alcohol to someone who is already apparently under the influence of alcohol, meaning they've consumed alcohol before they came to the bar or they've already consumed a bunch of alcohol at the bar, if the bar then serves them another drink or additional drinks and that increases their level of intoxication and then that person goes out and hurts an innocent third-party, then the bar is liable.
What Do I Do If I Get Hit by a Drunk Driver?
If you're hit by a drunk driver you have a claim against the drunk driver for personal injuries, but there are some unique issues in a drunk driver case that are not present in your typical automobile accident case.
What Should I Do if I've Been in an Accident Involving Road Construction?
The key thing to do if you've been in an accident involving road construction is documenting the evidence. These cases typically involve problems with the signs that are up and not having the correct signs up, or they're not in the right places, or they're confusing the way that they're set up.