Whether you were walking, biking or driving, if you have suffered severe injuries in a hit-and-run accident, you have rights. You may be out of work, have medical bills and are dealing with pain on a daily basis. Though the driver of the vehicle that struck you may never be found, you still have ways through which you can get compensation for the losses you have suffered.
If you have been the victim of a hit-and-run accident in Minneapolis, get the help you need from our legal team at the Law Office of Jeffrey A. Jones, P.A. Serving the Twin Cities area, Jeffrey Jones and Christopher Vilione are experienced, skilled attorneys dedicated to pursuing full recovery for your losses, including costs of medical treatment, ongoing health care and lost wages. We are focused on helping your family through this challenging time.
Have you been seriously injured, or was a loved one killed by a hit-and-run driver? Contact our firm today to schedule a free consultation with a knowledgeable car accident lawyer.
Seeking Compensation From Your Own Insurance Coverage
When you are hit by a person who drives away, your own insurance policy is likely to provide for coverage of your pain and suffering. There is a certain aspect of your policy that often pertains to underinsured or uninsured drivers that also provides for situations where the negligent party is not found, as in a hit-and-run case.
Despite the fact that you have paid your premiums and have the appropriate coverage, insurance companies will often deny that your injuries are valid and offer little, if any, compensation for your pain and suffering. When this happens, our attorneys at the Law Office of Jeffrey A. Jones, P.A., will vigorously fight on your behalf in an effort to obtain the compensation you deserve.
Contact A Minneapolis Hit-And-Run Injury Lawyer Now
Contact us at 612-234-2992 today for a free consultation. During this time, you can discuss all of your hit-and-run injury questions and concerns with a skilled member of our Minnesota firm. We take personal injury cases on contingency, meaning you pay no attorney fees until we obtain compensation for you.