Hit & Run Case Results

(206) 467-3190


Each client’s matter is unique. The results of any matter are determined by the relevant facts and applicable law. Past results are not a guarantee that your matter will be resolved similarly to the results here.

With that said, we truly believe there is hope in each and every hit and run case and we do our best to get great results for our clients.

Accused of a Washington State Hit and Run Crime?

Give Us A Call: 206-467-3190

  • Not Guilty - Four Felony Counts

    Jason fought and won a trial for his client on all four felony counts.  Jason's client was wrongly accused by someone they did not know.  Jason fought back against an aggressive prosecutor and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty to all counts.  The judge said he had never seen an attorney h... Read On

  • State v. Z.B.

    Outcome: Hit and Run Dismissed Read On

  • City of Seattle v. L.M.

    Charges: Hit & Run Attended Vehicle Outcome: Charges dismissed after 2 years. Description: Client had an accident on West Seattle Bridge and did not stay at the scene and give proper documentation.  The client was later identified by a photo montage and admitted to this.  He was charged wit... Read On

  • City of Seattle v. L.W.

    Charges: Hit and Run Attended. Outcome: Charges dismissed. Description: Client hit another car in Belltown and fled the scene.  Police showed up at apartment soon thereafter and the driver confessed.  Case was dismissed through a compromise of misdemeanor, this meant that the driver paid for ... Read On

  • State of Washington v. D.C.

    Charges: Hit and Run Attended and Reckless Driving Outcome: Hit and Run charges dismissed; reckless driving reduced to the civil infraction of negligent driving 2nd degree. Description: Client intentionally hit another car on I-405 during heavy traffic and then fled the scene.  Client charg... Read On

  • City of Seattle v. T.C.

    Charges: Hit and Run Unattended Vehicle. Outcome: Charges dismissed. Description: Driver hit a parked vehicle, causing damage and did not leave any identification.  Driver later admitted to this.  The case was dismissed pursuant to a "compromise of misdemeanor" whereby the driver paid for the... Read On

  • City of Seattle v. H.G.

    Charges: Hit and Run Property Damage. Outcome: Charges dismissed. Description: Client was on his way home and hit a traffic signal.  Client left the vehicle there and walked home.  Father of the driver came back to talk to the officer.  Father went home and brought the driver.  The driver adm... Read On

  • City of Seattle v. J.V.

    Charges:Hit and Run - Unattended Vehicle Outcome: Charges dismissed. Description: Client hit several cars and a fence on the way home.  Client went inside his/her home and would not answer the door when the police came.  This is perfectly legal as the police did not have a warrant and there ... Read On

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Finally, we will not try to “hard sell” you to hire us. We know choosing an attorney is a big decision and one you must make carefully – not under pressure. Because an effective attorney-client relationship requires a lot of communication and trust, we really only want to represent people who feel comfortable with us and have complete confidence in our abilities. If you don't, then you have the right to an attorney that you do feel would be a better fit.

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Burg & Lantz is committed to answering your questions about Hit and Run issues in Washington.

We offer a Free Initial Consultation and we'll gladly discuss your case with you at your convenience. Contact us today at 206-467-3190 to schedule an appointment.