Houston Hit and Run Lawyer
In and around Houston and Harris County, Texas, there are thousands of minor car accidents and near accidents every day. Both the Houston police department (HPD) and Harris County Sheriff Department maintain a hit and run detail because many accidents involve drivers who for whatever reason leave the scene before a complete investigation occurs.
We often have cases where a female is at fault in a minor wreck, but who feels unsafe and does not want to get out of her vehicle at the time and place of the accident. We have had other clients who had been drinking and did not want to take the chance that they might be considered intoxicated. We have had other clients who were unaware that their vehicle made contact with another vehicle.
If you have been involved in an accident that you think may trigger a hit and run investigation, or if you have received a letter from either the HPD Hit and Run detail or the Harris County Sheriff Department, let us guide you through the process. In most instances, we can avoid criminal action and even eliminate the need for you to meet with the police.
We also defend those of you who are facing a DPS driver’s license suspension hearing or a DPS license revocation hearing, whether for being an habitual violator, an uninsured at-fault driver, or for medical or other reasons. When necessary and if permitted by law, we can help you get an occupational license.
Robert Eutsler, a native Houstonian who has been practicing law in the Houston area since 1974, knows the value of keeping driving privileges intact for the Houston and Harris County metropolitan area, and in holding down insurance premiums and DPS surcharges. As a seasoned Houston traffic ticket attorney, you can trust that he will protect your driving record, your driving privileges and your peace of mind for a very reasonable fee. Call us at 713.464.6461, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us through our website
In addition to the City of Houston and justice of the peace courts in Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery, and Galveston counties, we represent individuals in the following Houston metropolitan area towns and cities:
West University, Bellaire, Sugar Land (sometimes spelled Sugarland), Missouri City, Stafford, Tomball, Hedwig Village, Spring Valley, Piney Point, Hunters Creek, Bunker Hill, Katy, Jersey Village, Pearland, La Porte (sometimes spelled Laporte), Baytown, Friendswood, South Houston, Pasadena, Texas City, Jacinto City, Deer Park, Galena Park, Manvel, Seabrook, Taylor Lake Village, Clear Lake Shores, Kemah, Humble. League City, Richmond, Rosenberg, Galveston, Hitchcock, Alvin, Dickinson, Bacliff, La Marque and Webster