We get a lot of clients who call that have not yet been contacted by officers for a statement, or for an investigation for a Los Angeles Hit and Run. These clients always inform us that they are just looking for information, but since officers have not yet contacted them, there is no need to retain an attorney. This is a myth. The work on a Hit and Run case can begin before a case is ever filed. This allows a person to be prepared to speak to officers and to give a statement that could help reduce the charges or even lead to the case not being filed at all.
Let’s consider an example and walk through the steps an experienced Los Angeles Hit and Run lawyer would take to help resolve the case.
Dina calls Hoffman and Associates and speaks to one of our experienced lawyers. She was driving home from a holiday party and accidently hit a parked car in a neighborhood on her way home. She left a note on the windshield, with her contact information, but due to the high winds, the note did not stay. She did not hear from the owner so she believes they did not get her note.