Davis Law Group Hit-And-Run Rewards Program

Feel good about doing the right thing. Anonymously report a hit-and-run accident driver and get a reward.

The Davis Law Group Hit-And-Run Reward Program offers up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and felony conviction of hit-and-run drivers through anonymous tips provided to the WeTip Crime Hotline, 1-800-6-Hit-N-Run (1-800-644-8678).

The Hit-And-Run Accident Problem


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Hit-and run-accidents have reached epidemic proportions. There has been a continually rising rate of hit-and-run accidents since 2003. Irresponsible drivers are choosing self-preservation over personal responsibility in many automobile accidents. Hit-and-run collisions are not limited to car accidents. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, one out of every 5 pedestrians killed on the roads die from a hit-and-run.

Why Would A Law Firm Sponsor A Hit-And-Run Rewards Program?

Our office handles many car accidents and pedestrian collisions that involve a hit-and-run driver. Our clients' legal claims are improved and their chances of getting fair financial compensation increases when the hit-and-run driver is caught. 

Our ultimate goal is to stop hit-and-runs by providing a means and an incentive to turn in offenders. To make our streets safer we want hit-and run offenders off our streets. 

How Does The Hit-And-Run Rewards Program Work?

You report your tip to the WeTip Crime Hotline. You will be asked if you want a reward if there is an arrest and felony conviction. WeTip is a neutral independent third party organization that operates fully staffed hotlines that assures the caller complete anonymity. We do no actual investigation of our own. WeTip acts as an anonymous conduit, through which information flows safely from the informant to the police, sheriffs, and investigators in several different jurisdictions.

How Do I Report A Hit-And-Run?

Call 1-800-6-HIT-N-RUN (1-800-644-8678) and give your hit-and-run tip to the WeTip Crime Hotline.