A car accident can be a frightening and overwhelming experience, especially when injuries occur. However, it can become much worse if the at-fault driver flees the scene without helping the victim or providing their personal information. Whenever the hit-and-run can’t be identified, then it is possible that the victim must cover the expenses associated with the accident.
If you were the recent victim of a hit-and-run accident in Idaho and are unsure where to look for help, May, Rammell & Wells is ready to help you recover the compensation you deserve. With more than 70 years of combined experience, our Pocatello personal injury lawyers have a thorough understanding of state law to determine the best course of action for your specific case.
In the aftermath of the crash involving injuries and property damage, it can be difficult to remain calm. However, if you are not severely injured and require immediate medical attention, it is imperative to collect as much information as possible to help your insurance provider make decisions about your claim and to cooperate with law enforcement in order to catch the driver who left the scene.
In Idaho, drivers are required to have uninsured motorist (UIM) insurance coverage, unless waived in writing. If the at-fault driver cannot be identified, then this UIM coverage would take the place of the other party, so you are covered for any medical expenses and property damage from the accident. Nevertheless, having a lawyer on your side still applies because your insurance company may look for ways to reduce your claim, or deny it altogether.
While you make the best recovery possible from injury, our legal team can investigate the crash, gather evidence, negotiate with insurance providers, and handle all of the legal paperwork. Do not hesitate to let us obtain monetary damages on your behalf.
Contact us and schedule a free initial consultation today.