Did A Drunk Driver Cause Your Crash?
Alcohol is far more potent than most drinkers realize. Unfortunately, other people are the ones who pay the price when things go wrong. If you have been in a drunk driving collision, you know this all too well.
At Weber & Carrier, LLP, we work aggressively on behalf of DUI victims. We will pursue multiple avenues for compensation, including with your own insurance company if necessary. The injuries and property damage from a crash have serious implications for financial stability, and our goal is to minimize that impact however possible. After decades of serving the greater Hartford area, we have the tools you need to get back on your feet.
What Compensation Am I Eligible For?
Every crash is different, but victims in drunk driving accidents can generally recover reimbursement for:
- Lost wages while they are unable to work
- Lost earning capacity in the future
- Property damage
- Medical bills, including ongoing expenses such as physical therapy and medication
- Pain and suffering
- Wrongful death of a loved one
Receiving compensation for these things frequently involves extended negotiations with both your insurance company and that of the other driver. We know which claims to pursue and when, and will analyze both the scope of your financial needs and your eligibility for different compensation types. Our goal is for you to have maximum financial stability.
Hitting Back At Hit-And-Runs
Many drunk drivers flee the scene of accidents they cause, fearing the legal consequences. Even if law enforcement cannot find the person who hit you, there are still options to recover compensation. Your own insurance policy has provisions for uninsured or underinsured drivers, which we will leverage as part of an overall strategy to secure maximum compensation on your behalf.
Get The Legal Support You Need After An Accident
You may need a multifaceted legal strategy to recover all the compensation you are entitled to after a drunk driving crash. Our lawyers are prepared to craft that strategy on your behalf so that your focus can stay where it belongs: recovery.