Does punishment fit crime in hit and run Chicago auto accidents?
Chicago auto accidents are inevitable with the volume of traffic during the day, but the suburbs have experienced one too many hit-and-run Chicago auto accidents.
Though one Chicago auto accident is too many, there are two cases in the suburbs in which drivers have left the scene of an auto accident, according to DailyHerald.com.
In one case, a man was fined $500 and placed on conditional discharge for six months.
But in another, a man was fined $195, placed on court supervision and ordered to perform community service.
Do you think the punishment for hit and run Chicago auto accidents is stiff enough? What do you think should happen to motorists who leave the scene of a Chicago auto accident?
If you or someone you know has been in a Chicago auto accident, the Chicago auto accident lawyers at CofmanTownsley Injury Lawyers can help.