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Monmouth County Hit And Run Collision Leaves One Dead

By Lependorf & Silverstein on November 18, 2015

New Jersey Wrongful DeathA pedestrian was left for dead in Marlboro in a suspected hit and run collision. That accident happened on Route 18, directly underneath the County Road 520 underpass.

As reported by NJ.com, police responded to the early morning accident and immediately shut down the road for several hours to conduct an investigation. No further details about the crash have been released. 

Each year, people across the country are injured or killed in hit and run collisions. Surprisingly, many of the people who cause these collisions don’t realize that it’s a crime to leave the scene of an accident. At-fault drivers who leave an accident and fail to help those who need it can be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

If you’ve been in a hit and run, or have lost a loved one due to another driver’s negligence and failure to assist, it’s time to seek legal representation. Give the Princeton personal injury attorneys at Lependorf & Silverstein, P.C. a call today to schedule a free consultation to review your legal options.

We can be reached at (609) 240-0040.

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