Your insurance company should represent you and fight to deny the injury claim. I suggest spending the small amount of
Money to hire a lawyer to make sure you can fight the citation. Feel free to contact me if you need assistance. 954-got-injured.
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Scott is correct. Also secure any evidence of where you were if you know when it was. it is going to come up.
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I agree with both of my fellow colleagues regarding your insurance company fighting this for you, however there is one additional potential issue. Leaving the scene of an accident is a criminal charge. If it is simply property damage the charge is a misdemeanor and you can be charged by a traffic citation. If the charge is leaving the scene with injury to person it's a 3rd degree felony and typically you are formally arrested. I would advise you to contact a local criminal defense attorney who provides a free consultation and discuss the matter further.
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