Drunk Driving Accidents
Waldorf Car Accident Attorney
If you have been hurt by a drunk driver in a devastating
car accident, it may be clear to you that you were not to blame for what happened,
but that does not guarantee that you will receive proper compensation
for your injuries and damages. In order to pursue justice and seek the
monies you deserve, you must create a
personal injury claim of your own; the legal and administrative punishments enacted by
Maryland State law enforcement and agencies will not address your needs.
At the Law Office of Robert R. Castro, P.A., our Charles County car accident
lawyer can take the stress off your shoulders and manage your case on
your behalf, all while you recuperate.
Want a team with 50+ years of combined experience and a record of success?
Contact us today!
Injuries Caused by Intoxicated Motorists
We are all encouraged to drive defensively and responsibly at all times,
always yielding the right of way when it will prevent an accident. A drunk
driver can turn that entire system of safety and honor on its head by
becoming entirely unpredictable. Alcohol will make someone act irrationally
and drive recklessly. Other drivers cannot guess where an intoxicated
motorist is going, or how fast they will approach, and thus cannot be
expected to avoid an accident.
A collision with a drunk driver may cause severe injury, such as:
- Broken bones
- Brain injury
- Spinal cord damage
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around
170 Maryland drivers will lose their lives each year due to drunk driving
accidents. In such incidents, a
wrongful death lawsuit may be filed by the decedent’s family, friends, or next of kin.
We Make Your Lawsuit Easy On You
Litigation is not an easy process, especially if you have suffered considerable
harm due to the negligence of a drunk driver. Our Waldorf personal injury
lawyers try to make your life easier by offering weekend and evening consultations
so you do not have to mix up your own schedule in pursuit of compensation.
We also know that you may be unable to travel far due to your injuries.
Worry not, for we can come to your home, office, or hospital room for
Lastly, when you call
(301) 870-1200 for your
free consultation, be sure to ask about our contingency fee agreements. Most personal injury
and car accident cases will qualify for contingency fee payments –
you owe us nothing, not even retainer fees, until we win your case. You
also do not have to worry about paying us more than you earn because contingency
fees are paid through a percentage of your settlement earnings, not out
of your pocket!
Your recovery could start today.
Contact us for more information.