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Pedestrian Hit in Norfolk Twice by Same Car

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What Happened

 On January 31, 2013 police have reported a man in Norfolk, Virginia (VA) was struck by a car.


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The accident took place close to the intersection of Chesapeake Boulevard and Vero Street. An official said the driver hit the man twice, before he drove away.

The Virginia Personal Injury Lawyers’ Perspective

In most hit and run cases victims are often left with a lot of questions on where to start. It might be a common thought that since there is no one to hold accountable that all responsibility to pay for medical and recovery bills must come from the victim, however this is not the case. A pedestrian involved in a hit and run can utilize their uninsured/under insured motorist insurance, which provides coverage for hit and run accidents. Contacting a Virginia (VA) personal injury lawyer can give the victim insight on how to handle the accident and pursuing a claim.

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Take a moment to read our car accident injury guide so you're fully informed about what to do if you are hurt in a Virginia (VA) or North Carolina (NC) car accident.

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Richard N. Shapiro
Personal Injury & Wrongful Death Lawyer Serving Va Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake & all of Virginia
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