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Man Dies from Injuries Suffered in Shoreline Hit-and-Run Collision

By Hardwick & Pendergast, P.S. on March 7, 2013

Weeks after being injured in a hit-and-run accident, a 60-year-old Seattle man has died from his injuries. The Seattle Times reports that the fatal pedestrian accident occurred on Aurora Avenue North in Seattle the night of February 19. Officials say he was crossing the street when a white, full-size Ford or Chevrolet struck him and drove away. He died from his injuries on February 28. The authorities are still looking for a white van that has damage to its right, front corner and a broken right headlight.

Moments after being involved in a Washington car accident, there may be a number of questions running through your head. Was it your fault? Should you call the police? How much is this going to cost me? We all know that the right thing to do is to pull over, call the police, and offer assistance to anyone who may have been injured. The fear of being arrested or of civil litigation is sometimes enough to make an at-fault driver flee the scene of the crash. However, leaving the scene of an injury crash is illegal under Washington law. Read the rest »

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