Driver of PA Hit and Run Car Crash Sentenced to Prison
On November 22, a Philadelphia judge sentenced Nicholas Hasselback of Ephrata, PA, to 3 to 6 years in prison for a hit-and-run car crash that critically injured Tony Foltz, a Temple University student. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, immediately after the Pennsylvania car accident, Hasselback swept up broken glass from his vehicle and drove away.
In Pennsylvania, the law states that the driver of a vehicle involved in a car accident that results in injury or death of a person shall immediately stop their vehicle at the scene of the car crash or as close as possible but shall then return to and in every event shall remain at the scene of the Pennsylvania car accident until he/she has given information and rendered aid.
In this case, Mr. Hasselback can also be held civilly responsible for the numerous severe injuries he caused Mr. Foltz. Mr. Foltz’s family would be well advised to seek the advice of an experienced personal injury attorney. The Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers at Cherry Fieger & Marciano, LLP will use their knowledge, aptitude, and abilities in pursuit of obtaining considerable damages for any injured party. Experts of the medical and technical fields would be called in to provide much needed insight with subject matter, including structural engineering, environmental engineering, general and specified medicine as well as accident reconstruction. Working with these experts greatly helps in the building of a strong case.
If you have been injured due to negligence in Pennsylvania, they can assist you in evaluating your case. Contact a skilled Philadelphia car accident lawyer at Cherry Fieger & Marciano, LLP today.