Did You Fail to Stop and Give Information After an Accident?
People involved in a traffic accident – whether with another vehicle or if they hit fixed property – are
required by law to stop and exchange information with the other driver, including contact number,
driver’s license and insurance information. The failure to provide this information can lead to a
suspended license and serious criminal charges for leaving the scene of an accident. With an
experienced Houston hit and run lawyer on your side you can fight the traffic and criminal charges
and minimize some of the penalties. Rand Mintzer, Attorney at Law has more than 30 years
of experience and knows how to protect your rights in hit-and-run and failure to provide information
cases. Were you charged with leaving the scene of an accident?
Call Rand Mintzer, Attorney at Law, at 713-862-8880
to schedule your free initial consultation.
As your Houston hit-and-run attorney, Rand Mintzer seeks the best possible outcome in your case. By thoroughly analyzing the situation, talking with witnesses and poking holes in the police’s case he is often able to minimize the charge or even get the case dismissed.
Just showing you are a responsible person who got caught up in a bad situation can go a long way in preventing serious penalties.
Was your driver’s license suspended for failing to stop and exchange information after a traffic accident? Are you facing criminal charges for leaving the scene of an accident (hit-and-run) or failing to stop and render aid? Rand Mintzer is committed to protecting your rights.