Charged With A South Carolina Hit And Run Offense? You Could Get A License Suspension.

The stress of a car accident can make it difficult to make good decisions right after the accident.

If for some reason you left the scene before things were resolved, you may find yourself facing hit-and-run charges.

Property Damage Or Bodily Injury?

When it comes to strictly property damage, the state of South Carolina will impose six points on your driver's license. You might also lose your driving privileges. If there were injuries or deaths involved in the auto accident, you might face felony charges.

You may have had a good reason to leave the accident scene. Maybe you forgot your cellphone and had to drive somewhere to summon for help. Or, maybe you couldn't stop because of oncoming traffic.

No matter what the specific facts are, we are here to help mitigate the charges you face.

Experienced Representation And Insight

At Lord Law Firm, LLC, we can help you push back against such charges. We have handled hit-and-run cases, reckless driving instances and many more traffic violations for individuals in Columbia and those traveling from out of state.

As a former prosecutor and deputy sheriff, attorney Ray Lord knows how the justice system works from both sides. He can examine your situation and help find the best solution to mitigate the penalties you could face down the line.

Call for a free consult — 803-407-4140. You can also send our team an email.