Leaving the scene of an accident can result in charges that are complex and you may have questions on. Getting clarity on your case is critical to making sure that you get a favorable outcome. Contacting Gerald Miller, a Minnesota traffic lawyer, can help you get the result you want from your charge and get you the answers you need.
The driver of any motor vehicle involved in an accident to a vehicle driven or attended by any individual must immediately stop the motor vehicle and remain at the scene of the accident until the driver has fulfilled the following statutory information:
- Date of birth; and
- Registration plate number of the vehicle being driven.
If the driver collides with and damages any unattended vehicle the driver must:
- Reasonably attempt to locate the other driver; or
- Notify the police; or
- Leave contact information for the other owner.
Should I Contact a Minnesota Traffic Lawyer?
Being charged with leaving the scene of an accident can result in consequences that you may want to avoid. Contacting an experienced and professional Minnesota traffic lawyer can help you, not only, understand the charges against you, but also sure up your defense. Gerald Miller has decades of experience handling all sorts of charges and violations. Contact his office and set up a free consultation to discuss your case and find out what needs to be done.