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Drunk Driving Accident Lawyers Serving Seven Mile, Ohio

According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, drunk-driving was the leading cause of highway deaths in 2017. In 2017, 10,874 people died in drunk driving crashes, an increase in the number of people killed in drunk driving crashes from 2016. These numbers don’t begin to account for the many people who survive these accidents with serious or life-altering injuries. Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law is a drunk driving accident law firm serving Seven Mile, Ohio that may be able to assist you with your drunk driving accident claim. Victims and their families might have the right to seek damages for their medical costs, rehabilitation expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering from negligent drivers, from bars or business owners that may have served alcohol to the individual responsible for your crash, or from their insurers. Have questions about your rights? Reach out to the Seven Mile, Ohio drunk driving accident lawyers at Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law today.

Who Can Be Held Accountable After a Drunk Driving Crash in Seven Mile, Ohio?

 Unlike a passenger vehicle crash, drunk driving accidents are unique because drinking and driving is against the law, and there are a range of laws in place to protect victims and their families from these drivers. One of the biggest challenges victims and their families might face following a crash is proving that the other party is at fault. However, with a drunk driving crash, police are often able to gather evidence that the driver was intoxicated, and in many cases, the individual responsible for the accident may face criminal charges. Victims and their families might be entitled to seek damages from drunk drivers responsible for their crash. They may also be entitled to seek damages from bar owners or store owners who knowingly served alcohol to a person who was drunk. Under Ohio’s “dram shop laws” victims and families might be able to seek damages from bars and individuals who knowingly sold alcohol to someone who was visibly intoxicated. If a person knowingly served alcohol to a person under age 21 and that driver went on to be involved in your crash, you may also be entitled to seek damages from this person as well. Finally, victims and their families might be able to make claims with the other driver’s insurance company or from insurers that may protect businesses. Have questions about your rights and about how you might be able to seek damages for your losses? Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law is a drunk driving accident law firm in Seven Mile, Ohio that may be able to assist you with your claim.

Seeking Justice for Drunk Driving Victims

Drunk driving can devastate victims and their families. Individuals can be left with life-altering injuries, unexpected medical bills, and disabilities that might leave them unable to work. If you or someone you love was hurt in a drunk driving accident, contact the Seven Mile, Ohio drunk driving accident lawyers at Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law today. When you and your family fight back against drunk drivers responsible for your injuries, you send a strong message to the community. Drunk driving will not be tolerated and will have consequences. You and your family may only have a limited amount of time to make a claim under the law. Reach out to Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law today to learn more.

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