New Year’s Eve and the weekend that follows are always huge days for parties of all sorts. Many of these parties will include alcohol. Some partygoers plan ahead and have a way to get home if they have been drinking. Other partygoers think that they are able to drive after drinking. Those drunk drivers put innocent people in danger. We know that you never expected to be slammed into by a drunk driver. We can help you to explore your right to seek compensation for the injuries you suffered in the crash.
Some drunk drivers claim that they can’t find a way home. That isn’t a good excuse to drive drunk around the holidays. In fact, from Dec. 24 through Jan. 2, AAA’s Tow to Go and Checker Cab both offer free sober rides to get partygoers home safely. That fact alone means that no drunk driver should be able to say that he or she was forced to drive drunk.
Your top priority if you have been injured in a drunk driving crash is to seek medical attention. You should make sure that you get the care you need so that you can begin the recovery process. Once you have obtained medical care, you can turn your attention to deciding on a plan of action to seek compensation.
We can help you to learn about seeking compensation. We can help you to investigate the accident, get your case together and work hard to get you the compensation you deserve after the horrible accident that turned your holiday season into a nightmare.
Hilley & Frieder can handle all aspects of you case virtually from interview through conclusion. We are open and available to help you. Please view our complete COVID-19 statement to learn more about the steps we are taking to ensure that your case continues to move smoothly in this environment.