A hit-and-run collision was reported to have occurred on Wednesday, October 21st in Glendale. A 66-year-old woman ended up severely injured from the collision. She is receiving treatment for severe injuries to her head and groin area and is still in critical condition. Glendale Police Department are looking for the suspect, which has yet to be apprehended. Surveillance nearby found that the suspect is riding a dark-colored 2019-2020 Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab. The incident happened around 4:40 p.m., between Dryden and Gesell Street. The driver did not attempt to provide assistance to the victim, and immediately fled the scene of the accident.
Can Eyewitnesses Be Held Liable for Not Providing Aid to Hit-and-Run Victim?
It is possible for eyewitnesses to be sued for not providing aid. At the same time, however, as an eyewitness, you can also be sued for providing aid. Regardless of which situation you may be facing, know that you can dismiss this claim. It is best to consult a lawyer first if you decided to do this. Call us today at (800) 310-1606 to get a free consultation on your case, available 24/7.
Source: Canyon News