Leaving the Scene of an Accident
If you are accused of the crime of leaving the scene of an accident, you
Your Traffic Ticket Attorney before the situation gets worse. Our team has extensive experience handling
hit and run cases, and can advise you on the best course of action to take.
Hit & Run Charges in Broward County and Miami-Dade County
There are specific requirements under Florida law that must be followed
if you are involved in a car accident. Failing to stop, failing to render
aid if there are injuries, and failing to give your contact and insurance
information can result in felony charges. Even if you hit a parked vehicle,
or have damaged unattended property, you are required to leave your contact
information in a location that will be found by the owner or at the local
Whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony depends on the severity
of the accident and there are specific defenses that are could be effective
in defending such a charge, or to help you to avoid the severe penalties
that will be imposed in a conviction.
Charged with Leaving the Scene of an Accident in Miami?
The penalties for leaving the scene vary depending upon whether the incident
involved another crime, property damage, injury, or death. People flee
the scene due to fear of being charged with DUI, because they were
driving without a license,
driving without insurance, and countless other reasons.
Whatever the reason you left the scene of an accident, the next step to
take is to
contact our team so we can help you get this under control. It is a serious charge and
will require strong advocacy from a highly qualified hit & run defense
lawyer. We are ready to discuss your case immediately!