A hit-and-run accident is one of the most frustrating types of collisions that you can experience. On top of the shock, painful injuries, and expenses that you have to deal with, you also face the prospect of never finding the person who caused the accident. For this reason, many hit-and-run victims feel hopeless after an accident and feel like there is no point in pursuing compensation. But you may still have options when it comes to receiving financial recovery for the damages that you have suffered as a result of the wreck. At Mass Injury Group, our Boston car accident lawyers are ready to review your case and help you identify the most promising legal options available to you.
Recently a 64-year old man turned himself in following a hit-and-run accident in Somerville, according to local news reports. The accident happened less than one week prior to when the man turned himself in to the local authorities. The man claimed to be the driver involved in an accident where a pedestrian was hit on McGrath Highway and drug for a long distance. He also surrendered the vehicle that he was driving at the time of the accident, which may serve as critical evidence in any case against him.
The victim in the accident was leaving a local convenience store carrying bags of groceries when the collision happened. The impact was so strong that the victim’s shoes flew off of his feet.