As your Orlando car accident attorney,
Legally Pink Law is constantly staying up to date on car accidents in the
news. Recently a man fled the scene after hitting another car with his SUV
and sending it into a Winter Park day care on April 9th.
A four-year old girl, Lily Quintis was killed as the result of this tragic
day care accident. Thirteen children and one adult were injured in addition
to the death of Lily Quintis. The accident was initially a hit-and-run,
but the at-fault driver eventually turned himself over to authorities
following media coverage after the accident.
Hit-and-run accidents are all too common and the at-fault driver is usually
looking to avoid penalty. Whether they are driving without insurance,
evading police due to other outstanding legal issues, or under the influence
of drugs or alcohol, hit-and-run accidents pose a particular set of challenges
for accident victims.
As your Orlando car accident attorney, we know that tragic accidents like
this are capable of happening at any moment.
Contact Legally Pink Law if you or a loved one has been the victim of an unfortunate auto accident.
Even in hit-and-run situations, you will benefit from the advice of a