You Deserve Compensation After Being Hit By A Drunk Driver
Drunk driving is a scourge on society, and there may be no act more selfish than placing the lives of innocent people at risk just to avoid shelling out some cab fare or getting some exercise in the form of a late-night walk.
It’s unfortunate, but it does continue to happen. What can you do if you or a loved one is harmed by a drunk driver? The first step is making sure you have an attorney on your side capable of maximizing your compensation and holding those responsible accountable for the damages you have suffered.
Proven Lawyers For The Victims Of Drunk Drivers
At Restovich Braun & Associates in Rochester, Minnesota, we have one goal: making sure you have the best chance possible for returning your life back to normal. We accomplish this by making sure you have the means to cover your medical expenses, property damage, lost earnings and other damage.
If you have suffered a serious injury in a motor vehicle accident involving a drunk driver, this means ensuring you have the financial resources to cover your costs now and for the rest of your life. You get only one bite of the apple in these cases, so it is important to have our experience on your side.
Drunk Drivers Are Often Uninsured Drivers
Driving drunk is a selfish, reckless act. So is driving around without adequate auto insurance. While not on the same level as far as a disregard for human life, both are extremely irresponsible.
Why is this important?
If you were hit by a drunk driver, there is a pretty good chance he or she does not have adequate insurance coverage, especially if he or she is a repeat drunk driver. This is where you can benefit from our experience in these cases. We will pursue all available means of compensation, including your own policy’s uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage and the $20,000 of no-fault coverage your insurance company is responsible to pay out for your initial medical expenses.
You have rights and we will fight for them. Contact us online or call 507-218-2004 to discuss your situation with a lawyer in a free consultation.