Many accidents can be prevented with additional care and concern. That is especially true of drunk driving car wrecks. Because of the egregious nature of drunk driving accidents, additional punitive damages may be available as part of the compensation for your injuries in the accident.
Columbus DUI Accident Attorneys Representing Injured People For More Than 45 Years
In addition to the drunk driver, there may be others who share the liability for a drunk driving accident. Your drunk driving accident lawyer at Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty will get to know you and learn about the circumstances of your injuries and your accident.
Our Columbus car accident attorneys will thoroughly investigate the accident, examine police reports and investigate the circumstances that led to the accident.
Asking The Right Questions
Was tavern owner (dram shop) liability involved in the drunk driving accident? If another party served too much alcohol to an obviously impaired person, that party may share in the liability for your injuries.
If a minor is the drunk driver, we will investigate who sold alcohol to the minor. Providing alcohol to an underage drinker exposes that person to liability.
Our attorneys and staff will monitor your medical treatment and review all your medical records. We want you to take the time and treatment you need to recover from the accident.
The Personal Attention We Provide
At our firm, you will talk to a lawyer as soon as possible – on your first phone call or visit.
If a loved one was killed in a drunk driving accident, you will find personal, compassionate concern at Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty. If necessary, we will file a wrongful death lawsuit for the drunk driving fatality.
If your drunk driving accident involves an uninsured or underinsured drunk driver, we can help you obtain the coverage you are entitled to under your own insurance.
Lamkin, Van Eman, Trimble & Dougherty has a 45-year tradition of representing injured people and the families of wrongful death victims throughout Ohio.
We offer a free initial consultation, and there are no legal fees unless we recover compensation for you. Contact us today.