In the event of an accident caused by a negligent driver, the driver who caused the accident is usually the one who made physical contact with another, but that isn’t always the case. Phantom drivers are reckless drivers who caused an accident without being physically involved in the collision.
Whether you were involved in a hit and run or if the other driver refuses to give you their information, you can still file a claim for your injuries and damages to your property. But it is important to take the right steps to increase the likelihood of a successful claim.
- October 11, 2018
- By Samer Habbas, Esq
- In Hit-and-run Accident,
Late Monday night, September 24th, Oscar Martinez, 33, was fatally struck in a hit and run collision in Lake Forest. Witnesses reported seeing Mr. Martinez lying in the street and suffering from a head wound near the intersection of Ridge Route Drive and Rockfield Boulevard at approximately 10:30 p.m. Orange County Sheriff’s Department deputies and […]