West Virginia Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer
Injuries from Drunk Driving Accidents in West Virginia
Each year in West Virginia, there are roughly 150 people that are killed
as a result of drunk driving accidents. Hundreds more are seriously injured.
While there are stiff criminal penalties for those caught drinking and
driving (and those who cause accidents as a result), there are still a
significant number of motorists who decide to drive while intoxicated.
The Fitzsimmons Law Firm PLLC has gained national recognition for the high
quality personal injury services it provides to victims of negligence.
The firm has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in damages on behalf
of clients, leading to features in GQ Magazine, the New York Times, and
Reader's Digest, as well as an AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell and
awards from Super Lawyers and The Best Lawyers in America. They are prepared
to utilize the considerable resources of their firm in addressing your
drunk driving accident case, in order to maximize your chances of a positive result.
Were you a victim of a drunk driving accident?
car accident attorneys in West Virginias have a special kind of passion reserved for victims of drunk driving accidents.
The conscious choice of getting behind the wheel after drinking alcohol
makes one liable for any damage or injury that comes from that choice.
The person that caused this in your life is responsible regardless of
how incapacitated he or she was at the time. Let our firm prosecute your
drunk driving claim so that you have the best chance to recover the maximum
amount of compensation and begin rebuilding your life today.
In our state, a drunk driving accident victim may be entitled to compensation,
including punitive damages, from a number of responsible parties, rather
than just the drunk driver. If a restaurant or other liquor-serving establishment
continued to serve alcohol to the intoxicated driver after they were already
drunk, then that establishment may be held liable for the damages sustained
by the victim(s) in the accident. This additional liability is especially
helpful in cases where the drunk driver was not insured, or where there
is not sufficient insurance coverage available to cover the full cost
of the victim's injuries.
Contact a West Virginia personal injury attorney right away if you or a loved one has been adversely affected by a drunk driver.