Suspect in Lindbergh Field Vehicle Crash Pled Not Guilty

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Suspect in Lindbergh Field Vehicle Crash Pled Not Guilty

September 17, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Car, Hit-and-Run, Traffic, Uncategorized

A 29-year-old man who is charged with being the perpetrator of a hit-and-run incident on August 21st pled not guilty for his crimes. The incident occurred near Lindbergh Field, and a 66-year-old bicyclist was severely injured due to the crash. The suspect was riding a 2005 Dodge Caravan and was accompanied by two passengers, an unidentified male and a 50-year-old woman. Video footage taken at the scene of the accident shows that after the collision, the suspect and the female passenger left the vehicle. The driver and the female passenger were seen staring at the wounded bicyclist, offering no aid. They immediately removed the victim’s bicycle from under the suspect’s van afterward and fled from the scene. Within a few weeks after the incident, the suspect was apprehended outside a Vons in Lake Isabella.

How Do You Sue A Passenger Who Did Not Help in A Car Accident?

Though most lawsuits are directed against the driver of the vehicle, it isn’t impossible to file one against the passengers involved. This is especially true if you had been injured in a hit-and-run vehicular accident. You can file a lawsuit that held the passengers liable by claiming their negligence for not contacting emergency responders. This is only one of the possible legal avenues that you can take. If you’d like our insight into your case to see what other legal options you have, call us at (866) 698-2306.

Source: Fox 5 Sandiego

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