Hit-And-Run Motorcycle Accident Attorney
In Los Angeles, hit-and-run accidents are at an all-time high; in 2009, 48 percent of crashes in the Los Angeles area were hit-and-run accidents. Since it is often very difficult for injured motorcyclists to give an accurate description of a motorist who has fled the scene, individuals injured in hit-and-run motorcycle accidents often fear that they will not be able to obtain compensation.
Los Angeles Hit-And-Run Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Since 1992, Scott J. Corwin, A Professional Law Corporation, has represented motorcyclists injured in hit-and-run accidents. Mr. Corwin is a skilled motorcycle injury attorney who has extensive experience in helping victims of hit-and-run accidents identify — and recover compensation from — reckless drivers.
Avvo, the lawyer rating service, rates attorney Scott J. Corwin a perfect 10.0 (“Superb”), citing his 30 years of experience focusing on compensating accident victims for their injuries. A member of the National Trial Lawyers Association, Scott was named a California Super Lawyer every year since 2007. Credentials don’t lie – call Scott J. Corwin today.
If the at-fault motorist fled the scene where your accident occurred, there are several steps you can take to strengthen your case. The first step to take in any type of accident is to contact the police. Gather as much information as possible while you are at the scene and ask witnesses to remain on the scene so that they can give statements when the police arrive. You should also take photos and call an ambulance if you are injured. Finally, you should contact an experienced Los Angeles hit-and-run accident attorney.
Free Consultation With Our Los Angeles Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
If you were injured in a hit-and-run accident while riding your motorcycle, contact Scott J. Corwin, A Professional Law Corporation, in Los Angeles at 866-477-1011. Mr. Corwin represents clients throughout Southern California in communities such as Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, San Diego, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.