A man from Perrysburg was struck by a hit-and-run driver on Tuesday evening as he was walking on Oregon Road.
According to the Ohio Highway Patrol, Robert F. Leonhardt was heading north, walking on the eastbound shoulder of Oregon Road, south of State Rt. 795. At approximately 8:30 p.m., he was struck by a dark colored, older model sedan, according to the Bowling Green post of the Ohio Highway Patrol.
The vehicle that struck Leonhardt could have possibly been a Toyota Camry or Corolla. It fled the scene after striking the man.
Leonhardt has sustained serious injuries from the hit-and-run accident in Perrysburg. He was transported to Mercy St. Charles Hospital by a relative. The hospital then called the patrol at 10:45 p.m. regarding the accident.
The vehicle involved in this hit and run should have damage to the front passenger side and possibly the passenger side mirror. The patrol asks anyone who might have witnessed the crash to contact them at 419.352.2481.
Hit-and-Run Accident Lawyer
Our office has represented hit-and-run victims in the past. We have helped them to find answers to questions including the following:
Who hit me? Why did they flee the scene? What do I do now?
One of our past clients, Dwight Kynard said, “Chuck had represented me in a case some years ago. In my prior case, I communicated with three attorneys before making a firm commitment with Boyk’s law firm to handle my case.”
When Dwight was involved in a hit and run with a van that slammed into the back of his truck, he sustained a concussion, broken nose, and neck and back pain. He also suffered injuries to his mouth and lost several teeth. As a result, Dwight had to undergo months of therapy before he was pain free from his injuries. Our office helped him to obtain a sizeable settlement for his injuries.
To contact our lawyers regarding injuries sustained in a hit-and-run accident, call 800.637.8170. Our lawyers will explain how we can help you to obtain a settlement for your injuries and allow you to recover with compensation to pay for your medical bills.