Leaving the Scene of an Accident

Dell & Schaefer is a Florida Traffic Criminal Defense Law Firm offering aggressive and skilled representation to individuals accused of Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Leaving the Scene of a Crash or a Hit and Run in Miami, Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach or anywhere in Miami-Dade County, Broward County or Palm Beach County. If you were arrested, given a notice to appear, received a summons in the mail or are under investigation by law enforcement for Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Leaving the Scene of a Crash or Hit and Run of or are facing any Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Hit and Run charge in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach or any city in South Florida, contact the Criminal Defense Attorneys at the Law office of Dell & Schaefer to speak to a lawyer experienced in Defending Leaving the Scene of an Accident and Hit and Run cases. For help 24 hours a day contact us at 800-403-3887. We have offices throughout Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade Counties.

Do not talk to the police if you have been contacted by law enforcement in Fort Lauderdale, Miami or Palm Beach regarding a Leaving the Scene of a Crash or a Hit and Run.

Anything you say will be used against you by the police. They want you to make an admission that you were driving and that you left the scene. Tell the police that you need to speak with an attorney before you can talk to the police. It is important that you contact Fort Lauderdale Leaving the Scene of a Accident attorney Grant Schwarz to learn how to protect yourself from unwanted police contact and to ensure the police are playing by the rules during their investigation.

The law regarding Leaving the Scene of an Accident does not take into consideration who’s fault the crash actually was. The law requires you to stay at the scene and exchange contact and insurance information. If you cannot locate the owner of the vehicle or property that was hit, you are required to do a reasonable search of the area and leave a note with your information in a conspicuous place. Failure to do so could result in a criminal charge of Leaving the Scene of a Crash or a Hit and Run. The severity of the charge will depends on the level of damage and whether there were any injuries to people. Leaving the scene of a crash where a person was injured is a serious felony and requires a quick response and aggressive representation.

Defense to Leaving the Scene of a Crash / Hit and Run Available In:

Broward County / Palm Beach County / Miami-Dade County / Hollywood / Fort Lauderdale / Miami / Boca Raton / Delray Beach and West Palm Beach

Leaving the Scene of an Accident / Hit and Run Defense Attorney Grant Schwarz is available 24 hours a day, even if you merely under investigation by the police and an arrest has not yet occurred. As an experienced criminal defense attorney, and former prosecutor Grant Schwarz will protect your rights, look for ways for your case to be dismissed and have your record sealed or expunged. Grant Schwarz goes to court every day in Broward, Miami and Palm Beach Counties to fight for and defend the rights of our clients.

Contact a Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Palm Beach Leaving the Scene of an Accident / Hit and Run Attorney to start building a defense today.

When faced with any crime, it is important that you contact the office of Dell & Schaefer to speak with an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney. Attorney Grant Schwarz is a former prosecutor and knows how the state attorney’s office prosecutes these cases and knows how to properly defend his clients against charges of Leaving the Scene of a Crash / Hit and Run.

Understanding that all cases are different, Attorney Grant Schwarz focuses all of his knowledge as a former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney to build a defense that works for your particular case. Contact us to set up a free consultation to learn how we can help you.

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