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Have You Been Injured in a Hit-and-Run Accident?

At the Law Offices of Matthew D. Dubin, our Seattle hit-and-run accident attorneys have more than 15 years of experience handling motor vehicle accident cases. These are not simple cases. Even if the car is found by the police, there are challenges to overcome. Our attorneys know how to overcome them.

To discuss your hit-and-run case in a free consultation, contact us by calling 206-462-4428.

Helping You Find Answers After a Hit-and-Run Accident

Perhaps a witness saw the car accident and got a partial license plate and a description of the vehicle. Perhaps the police are able to gather enough information through their investigation that they locate the vehicle. That does not mean that the case becomes a simple motor vehicle accident case. The question arises: Was the driver of the car also the owner of the car? Whose insurance policy will cover the victim's injuries?

No matter what, the insurance company is going to try to avoid paying the victim. That is just the nature of insurance companies. However, our skill, our experience and our willingness to fight means that our Seattle hit and run car accident attorneys are able to help you get what you deserve.

In addition to handling hit-and-run accidents between two motor vehicles, our lawyers can handle pedestrian hit-and-runs.

When the Negligent Driver Is Not Caught

Even if the police catch the negligent driver, there is no guarantee that the driver will have insurance. In fact, that might have been why he or she fled. Whether the negligent driver is caught or not, we will carefully look for opportunities to get you compensation. In many hit-and-run accident cases, that means taking advantage of your own auto insurance policy and your uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage.

Contact a Hit-and-Run Accident Lawyer Today!

To discuss your case with a dedicated Seattle hit and run accident attorney, call 206-462-4428. You can also contact us online.

We handle all auto accident cases on a contingent fee basis, meaning you will pay no attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.