Milwaukee Hit & Run Charges Attorney
Let Us Help You Defend Your Driving Privileges
Many states require people to stop after they’ve been involved in
a collision. Drivers who hit vehicles, other objects, and people are obligated
to stop at the scene immediately or as close as possible and leave their
contact information with all other parties involved. If anyone is injured
at the scene, the driver is also responsible for lending assistance, which
could include calling 911 or pulling someone out of a burning car.
If you’re accused of a hit & run, talk to our skilled Milwaukee
traffic violations attorney about your case as soon as possible. Depending
on how serious the results of your accident are, you could be facing a
lengthy prison sentence, high fines, and possibly civil lawsuits.
Get your case started by calling us at (414) 882-8382 or
filling out our online form today.
The punishments for a hit and run will depend on how severe the accident
was and how much damage was caused. Hitting a parked car will incur slightly
less serious penalties than hitting and killing a pedestrian. If the crash
didn’t cause an injury, you would likely be charged with a misdemeanor
and face fines and up to 6 months in jail. An accident resulting in a
slight injury can lead to up to 9 months in jail and a fine of up to $10,000.
If a person sustained great bodily harm, you could be charged with a class
E felony, which can get you up to 15 years in prison. Killing someone
can result in up to 25 years in prison. Serious bodily injury or death
could result in
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Call Us About Your Case Today!
The faster Attorney Cherella learns of your case, the sooner he can start
mounting a defense on your behalf. We have more than 20 years of legal
experience to offer your case, and we can provide free consultations 24/7.
If you’re convicted of a hit & run, you could lose more than
just your driving privileges. Let us see what we can do for you.
Contact us at (414) 882-8382 or fill out our online form to schedule a free case