Dealing with Drunk Driving Litigation
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured by a drunk driver and are considering a lawsuit, it is advisable to consult with an experienced personal injury lawyer who concentrates in handling cases related to drunk driving lawsuits.
A lawyer who is well-versed in drunk driving laws and personal injury cases will have the knowledge and expertise to navigate the complexities of the legal system. It’s advisable to have the strength of your case assessed and to be guided through the entire process.
Proving liability in a drunk driving case might require extensive evidence, such as police reports, witness statements, medical records, and sometimes even accident reconstruction. A lawyer can help gather and analyze this evidence to build a strong case on your behalf.
Kline & Specter, with more than 50 lawyers, five of whom are also medical doctors – the most in the nation for any law firm – will provide you with a free evaluation of your case.
Dealing With Insurance Companies
Insurance companies may try to minimize their liability and offer you a lower settlement than you deserve. An experienced attorney can negotiate with insurance companies on your behalf to ensure you receive fair compensation for your injuries and damages.
In drunk driving accidents, you may be entitled to various types of compensation, such as medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. A lawyer can help you understand what damages you may be eligible for and work to maximize the amount you can recover.
If the case goes to trial, having a skilled attorney representing you can make a significant difference in the outcome. They can present your case effectively, cross-examine witnesses, and handle any legal challenges that arise during trial.
Statute of Limitations
Time limits, known as a statute of limitations, apply to filing personal injury lawsuits. A lawyer can ensure that you meet all the necessary deadlines and don’t miss your opportunity to seek compensation.
Laws regarding drunk driving can vary by jurisdiction, so it’s essential to consult with a lawyer who is familiar with the specific laws and regulations in your area. Call Kline & Specter at 215-772-1000 to discuss your unique situation.