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Driver with suspended license causes hit-and-run accident

A man was given several citations after causing a hit-and-run accident at the intersection of 50th Street and 20th Avenue in Kenosha, Wisconsin on Thursday, June 16. The driver, Travis Hobson, was also driving with a suspended license at the time of the accident.

According to preliminary investigations, a white Toyota Avalon sped past a stop sign at the intersection of 50th Street and 20th Avenue, causing a green pickup truck to collide with the Avalon and spin out of control. After the collision, the truck stopped. Hobson, a 23-year-old Kenosha resident, stepped out of his vehicle, surveyed the damage to both vehicles, and promptly told the driver of the pickup truck that he had to leave the area. Hobson was issued citations for operating a vehicle with a suspended license, failure to yield to a right of way, and hit and run.

The attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® represent clients who have been injured due to a motor vehicle accident in Lake Geneva and other areas in Wisconsin. We are dedicated to keeping the community safe and holding reckless drivers accountable for their actions. Call our offices at (262) 248-5200 to discuss your legal options.

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