Holding Drivers Accountable

According to the American Automobile Association's Foundation for Traffic Safety, 11 percent of crashes reported to law enforcement are hit-and-run accidents. If you are in an injury accident and the driver responsible for the incident flees the scene, you may feel that you have no recourse for getting the medical care you need or making ends meet while you are recuperating from your injuries.

At The Law Offices of Goldfine & Bowles, P.C., we are committed to assisting families in Bloomington, Peoria and Galesburg in holding other drivers accountable. Our attorneys have helped clients recover more than $100 million in the past decade alone, and our contingency fee billing means that you do not owe us anything unless we obtain a settlement or judgment in your favor.

Recovering Compensation For Your Injuries

A car crash can have lasting consequences, and when you do not know the identity of the other driver, the situation can seem even worse. We understand that not knowing where compensation for your injuries and medical bills will come from is frightening. That is why we will work closely with you, the authorities and our network of expert investigators to try to track down the hit-and-run driver and hold him or her accountable.

If the other driver cannot be found, we will help you explore other options. You may be able to receive compensation from your own auto insurance carrier by filing an uninsured motorist claim. With over 100 years of experience between them, our attorneys have the know-how to seek compensation for you from every source possible.

We Are Committed To Helping You

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers at The Law Offices of Goldfine & Bowles, P.C., please call us at 800-409-1615 or send us an email using our online form. You can also reach our Bloomington office at 309-828-2322, our Peoria office at 309-740-9218 or our Galesburg office at 309-343-5291.

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