An SUV crashed into another SUV, sending the second one into a house, according to CBS Denver. The accident happened during evening rush hour on Tuesday at 14th and Oneida in Denver. The second SUV actually crashed into a home, injuring the driver as well as one person inside the house. The driver was not seriously injured, but the resident of the home was taken to the hospital. The driver of the first SUV fled the scene, contributing to what seems to be a growing hit-and-run problem in and around Denver. It is very fortunate that this accident wasn’t much worse than it actually was.
Denver police have investigated an unusually large number of hit-and-run accidents so far this year, including a significant number of fatal hit-and-runs. The good news is that in a number of instances, the police have been able to locate the driver of the hit-and-run vehicle. If you have been involved in a hit-and-run accident, it is important to call the police and follow up. Some people make the mistake of thinking that there is nothing they can do, but the fact is that in many cases, the information you can provide the police about the vehicle or driver, combined with witness accounts and any evidence that may be left at the scene helps track down the driver.
Contact experienced Denver auto accident attorney Andrew Bubb as soon as possible to talk about your case. If your accident was caused by the reckless or negligent actions of another driver, you may be entitled to financial compensation for medical bills, including future medical bills, as well as property damage and lost wages. The fact is, many serious traffic accidents involve costs that far exceed the policy limits of the at-fault driver’s car insurance. As a knowledgeable Denver auto accident attorney, Andrew fights hard for each and every client, working to get the best possible outcome from a terrible situation. For more information and a FREE CASE EVALUATION, contact Andrew today at (303)328-9870.