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Tampa Drunk Driving Victim Attorney
Drinking alcohol and driving a car do not mix. If you believe otherwise, a glance a the following statistics should easily change your mind.
- In 2004, 39% of all traffic deaths in the US were alcohol related. 1
- In 2004, there were 1,222 traffic deaths in Florida related to alcohol. 2
- Florida ranks 3rd highest in the country in alcohol related deaths, behind only California and Texas. In contrast, Illinois, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, all states having similar populations to Florida, had fewer alcohol related fatalities.
Attorney William Driscoll is especially passionate about fighting for victims who have been injured or killed by drunk drivers. Legal Center for the Injured fully supports MADD’s work to prevent drunk driving and its social causes.
Alcohol related accidents can be horrific. The victims drunk driving accidents can sustain serious injuries including:
- Brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
Depending on the severity of the victims’ injuries, surgery, rehabilitation and physical therapy may be required.
In some cases, the bar, liquor store or drinking establishment that served the drunk driver may also be held liable for the accident.
Being the victim in a drunk driving accident, you can be left in a very complicated situation. The purpose of a civil lawsuit against a drunk driver, bar, restaurant, or nightclub that improperly served the drunk driver, is to be compensated for the suffering, injury, and emotional damage that a DUI victim and his or her family goes through. You should consult an experienced attorney whose practice concentrates in representing the victims of drunk drivers. We Sue Drunk Drivers!
Over the years, prosecuting drunk drivers has become one of our areas of concentration. If you or someone you care for has been a victim of a drunk driver in Florida, please call William T. Driscoll, an attorney who has experience prosecuting drunk driving cases.
Call us toll free at 1-800-925-4878 to discuss your case, or complete our Confidential Case Evaluation to find out where you stand.