Drunk Driver Victim Injuries

Drunk Driver Victim Injuries

When a person is injured in a drunk driving accident, Steven M. Oser, P.C., personal injury attorney, takes it personally. He aggressively pursues cases against irresponsible drunk drivers and the bars, restaurants, and social hosts who serve alcohol to already intoxicated patrons or minors. Drunk drivers choose to be irresponsible. And every time an impaired driver chooses to get behind the wheel, he or she puts everyone else on the road at risk of injury or death. We fight to get maximum compensation for injury victims who have suffered harm because of the senseless and selfish acts of irresponsible drunk rivers.

Although drunk driving accidents are on the decline in the U.S., they are still a significant cause of injury and death each year. Each year, drunk driving is responsible for nearly 10,000 deaths and hundreds of thousands more injuries. Drunk driving laws serve to punish impaired drivers who cause accidents, but criminal laws do nothing to compensate victims who are injured in drunk driving accidents. That’s where Steven M. Oser, P.C. comes in. He helps injury victims receive financial compensation for their injuries. Steve and staff work diligently to maximize the compensation you will receive for your medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, and property damage. We also can help you if you or your loved one was the victim of a drunk truck driver.

Free Drunk Driver Victim Attorney Consultation

Have you been injured or lost a loved one in a drunk driving accident? For experienced, aggressive litigation of drunk driving accident cases, injury victims throughout Suffolk and surrounding areas can rely on Steven M. Oser, P.C..

He will take over the investigation of your case and deal with the impaired driver’s insurance company, so you can concentrate on recovering from your injuries. Call (757) 539-4127 or toll free 1-866-986-1596 today to discuss your case with an experienced Suffolk personal injury attorney.



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