• By: Graham Sutliff
  • Published: March 2021

Austin, TX (3/4/2021) – A woman was killed after a fatal hit-and-run wreck occurred Thursday night in northeast Austin. 

The crash happened at 9:40 p.m. at the East St. Johns Avenue and Cameron Road intersection. APD stated a woman in her 50s was lying in the road when the vehicle drove through the intersection and ran her over.

She was pronounced dead on the scene. 

Police later found the vehicle but have not yet found the driver.

Crash investigators will review all factors that may have led up to the accident and police reports will be made available in fourteen days.

Hit-and-Run Accidents

Hit-and-run crashes can be some of the most frustrating and stressful incidents in a person’s life.

In Texas, if you were involved in a hit and run and you are unable to locate the at-fault driver, you can make a claim against your UM/UIM insurance carrier. However, before your insurance company will pay the claim, you must prove that you were actually struck by another vehicle. If you cannot make this showing then your insurance company is not legally obligated to pay under your policy.

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in a hit-and-run car accident, the Houston car accident lawyers at Sutliff & Stout can help. Our experienced personal injury attorneys represent Texans in civil lawsuits against negligent drivers and will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve.

Source: KXAN

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About the Author

Graham Sutliff is a founding partner at Sutliff & Stout, Injury & Accident Law Firm. Among other awards and certifications, he is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law and has been recognized by Thomson Reuters as a Super Lawyer for the past decade. In 2019 alone, Graham recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients who were injured by others. To learn more about Graham, click here.

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