Holding Drunk Drivers Accountable For Your Injuries
Any car accident can be frightening and traumatic. When you learn that your accident was caused by someone driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you may feel angry and overwhelmed. At Lowder & McGill PLLC, our personal injury attorneys can help you file a claim against the drunk driver and their insurer to help you obtain the compensation you need to move forward.
Since 2013, our lawyers have assisted clients in Bowling Green and throughout Warren County holding drunk drivers accountable and obtaining just compensation for their injuries. We use our years of trial experience to your advantage by creating tailored legal strategies to help you meet your goals.
Fighting For The Compensation You Deserve
When someone drives under the influence, they become unable to properly pay attention to their surroundings, control their vehicles and make the decisions necessary to drive safely. This can create a dangerous car accident that may lead to serious and life-threatening injuries or fatalities.
Common injuries from drunk driving accidents include:
In personal injury cases involving a drunk driver, you can fight to obtain compensation for economic, noneconomic and punitive damages. Punitive damages are payments that the court orders as a punishment for the drunk driver. Economic damages include compensation for medical expenses, rehabilitation costs, lost wages and lost future income. Noneconomic damages include payments for pain and suffering, and mental anguish. If you lost a loved one due to a drunk driver, our attorneys can represent you in a wrongful death claim.
Let’s Discuss Your Drunk Driving Accident Claim
At Lowder & McGill PLLC, our drunk driving accident attorneys are passionate about helping victims obtain the compensation they need to move forward. While no amount of money can take away your suffering or erase your injuries, it can help ease the financial burden on you and your family.
At Lowder & McGill PLLC, we offer free initial consultations and accept personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, so you never have to pay out-of-pocket costs for the legal guidance you need. To schedule a consultation at our Bowling Green office, call us at (270) 255-3980 or complete our online contact form.