In our experience, hit and run is often a charge that is based upon a minor accident that our client is not even aware of having been involved with, perhaps because the collision is quite minor. The charge can also be a false charge wherein another driver seeks to name our client as a responsible party for rather significant property damage and even physical injuries, perhaps because our client appears to have insurance (i.e. our client is driving a commercial vehicle). Sometimes, the other party collides with our client in a parking lot while our client’s car is parked and no one is even in it. To read more about this offense, click on the following link – http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1925595.html.