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Recovery After Injury Caused By A Drunk Driver

Traveling by vehicle is always a risk. While you can be a careful and safe driver, you cannot control the behavior of other drivers. That risk is compounded when other drivers are intoxicated or impaired by alcohol or drugs. The statistics are sobering. One-third of all fatal car accidents involve alcohol, meaning more than 10,000 deaths every year.

DUI Crashes Often Cause Life-Changing Injuries

For the thousands who survive these crashes, there is a long road to recovery. Like any collision, the injuries from a DUI accident range from a few broken bones and some bruising to much more catastrophic injuries, like spinal cord or quadriplegia. Such injuries can leave you out of work for months, losing income while the gap between medical bills and your income grows.

At Glenda Mitchell Law Firm, our experienced attorney understands the stress this can bring on top of the pain from your injuries. We know how to help by building a case to obtain the compensation you need to rebuild your life after a serious motor vehicle accident.

Severe Injuries Demand A Serious Response

If you have suffered more serious injuries, you need the help of an experienced attorney. Our attorney has worked on personal injury cases for more than a decade, and we know how important it is for our clients to obtain compensation for what may be lifelong injuries.

DUI accidents can cause a traumatic brain or a spinal cord injury that can be catastrophic and life-changing. You may lose your ability to work, or require significant accommodations, like a motorized wheelchair or long-term nursing care. We examine your injuries and build a compelling case for compensation that will cover your current and future needs.

Contact Our Lawyer Today

We can help you obtain compensation from intoxicated and drunk drivers. We also bring dram shop claims against bars and restaurants that serve them. In Georgia, call our Cartersville office at 678-721-0417. In Alabama, call our Auburn office at 334-604-7927. In South Carolina, call our Greenville office at 864-326-3073, or use our contact form to make an appointment.