If the hit-and-run driver who caused your Bucks County car accident is found and was on the job at the time of the crash you might be able to go after their employer for your damages.
All Pennsylvania drivers should purchase uninsured motorist coverage. This type of insurance covers you in the event you are injured in a car accident where the hit-and-run driver is never located. You might also be covered if you are injured as a:
- Passenger in another car
If the hit-and-run driver was on the job
If the driver was on the job and charged with a hit-and-run offense, you might also be able to go after their employer for your damages. However, it will likely need to be proved that the driver was acting within the “scope and course” of their job when the accident took place.
The experienced team at Cordisco & Saile Law Firm can help you build your case and look into all the specific facts and how state laws apply to them. We can help you get the compensation you deserve.
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If you or someone you know has been injured in a car accident caused by a hit-and-run driver, contact one of our experienced Bucks County car accident attorneys at Cordisco & Saile Law Firm at 215-642-2335.