Have you been injured
by a drunk driver?

If you were injured by a drunk driver, or if a member of your family was injured or killed in a drunk driving accident, Reybroek lawyers can help you receive all the accident benefits and financial compensation you have a right to obtain. We will file a lawsuit to recover compensation for your pain and suffering, and lost income. We will review the circumstances of your case and determine whether filing a personal injury lawsuit makes sense for you. As part of our investigation, we will determine whether the drunk driver who caused the accident was over-served alcohol at a bar or restaurant. If so, we may hold the establishment liable for damages.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if I am involved in a car accident with a drunk driver?

If you are injured in an accident, seek medical attention immediately. If you fear other people may have been injured, call for help. You also should contact the police and get a copy of the police report. As much as possible, document the accident by taking careful notes about the accident, including the names and contact information of any witnesses and your recollection of what happened. If you decide to take legal action, these notes can be invaluable to your case.

Can people other than those directly involved in the car accident bring a lawsuit for that accident?

Yes. Legal representatives and family members of someone injured or killed in a car accident can bring a lawsuit. In certain circumstances, close family members who witnessed the accident may also bring a suit. These parties may seek compensation from the drunk driver, or third parties such as the vendor who sold alcohol to the intoxicated driver.

Who else is liable in a drunk driving accident?

The drunk driver may not be the only party liable for injuries. Those who provided alcohol to the driver, or had the opportunity to prevent the accident may also share responsibility.

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