Phoenix Drunk Driving Accident Attorney

Reckless behavior by drunk drivers is a major offense, and innocent victims often suffer severe injuries, damages, or even their lives. In 2018, 28 percent of all crash-related fatalities were due to alcohol, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). If you have been a victim of or have lost a loved one in a drunk driving accident, you have the right to seek justice and fair compensation. The experienced team of Phoenix drunk driving accident attorneys at Torgenson Law will fight for your rights and hold the negligent party accountable. Call us today for a free consultation at (602) 759-0012, so we can discuss the best way to proceed with your case.

Why Choose Torgenson Law?

  • Our legal team has successfully represented drunk driving accident victims for more than 20 years.
  • An injury lawyer at Torgenson Law is determined to provide the best representation for our clients and get them the full and fair compensation they deserve.
  • We will stay in constant communication with you regarding your case’s progress, while you focus on your recovery.

Common Injuries in Drunk Driving Accidents

Injuries sustained from DUI accidents can be severe, and commonly include:

  • Head Injuries
  • Neck Injuries
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Internal Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Broken Bones
  • Abrasions
  • Contusions
  • Dismemberment
  • Paralysis
  • Quadriplegia
  • Paraplegia

These types of trauma can cause irreparable damage, not only physically, but also to your quality of life. Accumulating medical expenses and being unable to work often lead to unexpected financial strain on you and your family. Especially if lifelong care is required. If you lost a loved one, you may be eligible to file a wrongful death lawsuit. For more information, speak to a Phoenix wrongful death attorney today.

Potentially Liable Parties After a DUI Accident

Although the majority of the blame for the accident will fall on the intoxicated driver, who will also likely face criminal charges, they may not be the only party responsible. Arizona’s dram shop liability laws states that other negligent parties that you may be able to sue:

  • Bar / Restaurant Owners
  • Servers and Bartenders
  • Night Clubs
  • Security Staff at Bars and Clubs
  • Managers of establishments serving alcohol
  • Driver’s Employer

Bartenders, managers, and owners of establishments serving alcohol can also be held liable if they over-served the driver who hit you. They are then partially responsible for allowing the person to become intoxicated. If you believe one of these parties is to blame for your accident, our drunk driving dram shop liability attorneys can help.

How a Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer Can Help

An experienced Phoenix car accident lawyer will protect your rights and take the steps necessary to best represent your interests. A number of actions will be done on your behalf in order to do so, and some of those include:

  • Making sure the accident is fully investigated and documented.
  • Determining all liable parties and if the drunk driver was driving a commercial vehicle.
  • Handling the insurance companies and negotiating a settlement agreement with the at-fault party’s insurance company.
  • Our lawyers are well-versed in Arizona drunk driving laws and dram shop laws, we can help you navigate the tricky legal system.
  • Filing a civil court motion in order to secure damages, if a settlement cannot be reached.

You may be eligible for monetary compensation for you or your loved one’s medical costs, pain and suffering, loss of wages, and punitive damages. During such a difficult time in your life, you can take comfort in knowing there is someone who is working tirelessly to obtain justice for you.

Contact Our Phoenix Drunk Driving Accident Lawyers For Help

Put yourself in the capable hands of a dedicated Phoenix drunk driving accident attorney. Unless we can win your drunk driving injury case, you will not owe a single legal fee. Schedule your free case evaluation today, online, or by calling (602) 759-0012.