Charlotte, NC (November 29, 2020) – The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is conducting an investigation after a hit-and-run accident early Sunday morning. The crash took place just after midnight along S. Tryon Street. near the intersection with Moss Road.
When police arrived at the scene, they located at least one person suffering from injuries caused by the collision. The driver who caused the crash fled the scene before police could arrive. Rescue workers also responded and provided medical aid to the victim. The victim’s condition and identity are not available at this time. There are few available details surrounding the accident. At this time, officers are still looking for the vehicle and the suspect who caused the crash.
An investigation is ongoing. There is no additional information available at this time.
We would like to offer our thoughts and best wishes for a complete and speedy recovery to the victim of this hit-and-run crash in Charlotte.
Injury Accidents in North Carolina
According to statistics published by the North Carolina Department of Transportation, more than 280,000 people were hurt in car accidents that took place in our state in 2018. During this same year, more than 80,000 victims suffered injuries in these accidents ranging from minor to severe. Injuries from a North Carolina car accident can linger for a long time following the crash and can result in many questions regarding your future after the crash.
Following a North Carolina car accident, you should act as soon as possible to protect yourself and your legal rights. First, and most importantly, you should do is seek treatment for your injuries as soon as possible. If you delay treatment, you could complicate matters in several ways. For one, you may not be able to heal as quickly. Although many times the injuries from car accidents do not show up for several days following the crash, it is critical that you receive a diagnosis at the earliest possible opportunity. This allows you to receive treatment earlier and decreases the chance that your injuries will worsen over time.
Second, you should seek treatment at the earliest possible opportunity in order to preserve your legal claims. Many insurance adjusters will consider a delay between the time of the crash and seeking treatment as an indication that you were not actually hurt by the accident itself. These adjusters are not always correct, however, they will attempt to lower the value of your claim in many cases if you did not promptly see a doctor as soon as possible following your crash.
If you have been injured in a car accident in North Carolina, attorney Jason M. Burton is here for you. At Burton Law Firm, our North Carolina car accident lawyers have served clients and their families throughout our state since 2012. During that time, we have successfully handled all types of claims at all stages in the process, including advocating for our clients at trial. We will take all steps that are necessary to help you receive the compensation you deserve.
We offer free consultations and case evaluations to all potential clients. To schedule your appointment with us, please call (833) 623-0042.
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