Stapleton Hit and Run Victim Improving – Denver Car Accident Attorney

A Denver woman “who lost her unborn baby to a hit-and-run driver last week” is steadily improving. Laurie Gorham, of Denver, was hit by a dark colored SUV at the intersection of 29th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard in Stapleton last Thursday. Gorham was thrown through the air and had been in critical condition at Denver Health Medical Center until Sunday morning. She has since been upgraded to fair condition, and it has been reported by 9 News that she has been seen smiling and talking with family. Investigators have little but a description of the vehicle to go on at this point and are asking that anyone who has information on the case to contact Denver Police.

According to the Colorado State Patrol (CSP), 42 pedestrians were killed after being hit by automobiles in 2008. The sad fact is that some of these cases were hit-and-run accidents that remain unsolved. If you happen to be the witness of a hit-and-run accident, take a moment to write down any information you can remember from the accident and talk to a local law enforcement representative as soon as possible.

Have you or a loved one been the victim of a hit-and-run accident in Colorado? Speak to a Denver car accident attorney about your case and legal options. Dallas Norton has years of experience working on Colorado hit-and-run accidents and he will put his experience to work for you. Contact attorney Dallas Norton for a free review of your case at (720) 600-4670.