Anytime a person gets behind the wheel of a vehicle after having alcohol, they are putting themselves and everyone else on the road at risk. In the state of Alabama, these laws basically ensure that any person that was drinking and is caught driving will be issued a driving under the influence (DUI) ticket.
While this type of stringent warning should work to keep drivers from getting behind the wheel after drinking, it doesn't always work. Our Gadsden car accident attorneys have helped countless victims after they've been involved in an accident because of a drunk driver. Our attorneys are always here to help you if you believe that your accident or injuries were caused by a person that was driving under the influence. To schedule a free case review, please call The Shelnutt Law Firm today at 256-547-4988.
Drunk Driving Accident Injuries
A drunk driver can not only can collide with multiple vehicles, but can also cause multiple accidents by their actions while driving. If you've been collided with by a drunk driver, you have recourse to file a lawsuit, but if their swerving or reckless driving caused you to collide with another driver or run off the road, you may also have grounds to sue for that as well. Whatever the cause of your accident, drunk driver accidents can be the reason for any of the following catastrophic injuries:
Justice for those Injured by a Drunk Driver
If a person decided to get behind the wheel after drinking, they are taking risks with everyone's life that shares the road with them. Therefore, if you or a family member has suffered because of a drunk driver's actions, you have recourse to file a lawsuit against them. Our experienced attorneys at The Shelnutt Law Firm can help you to determine if you should file a suit and then we can help you determine exactly what sort of damages your deserve. Our Gadsden attorneys will work to get you compensation for damages, injuries, medical bills, insurance claims, lost employment, and more in order to get you and your family back on your feet.
We operate on a contingency-fee basis, which means that you pay nothing upfront and will not pay our fee or reimburse us for our services until we've won a settlement or award for you. To schedule a free case review and see how our attorneys can help you, please contact us by filling out the contact form on this page or calling us at 256-547-4988.