Seeking Justice for Victims of Drunk Drivers
According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 30 people die every day in car accidents caused by drunk drivers. Hundreds more suffer life-changing injuries.
If your life has been changed by drunk driver or if you have lost someone you love, the attorneys at Garland, Samuel & Loeb in Atlanta are here to help you obtain justice. We provide strong representation to victims of drunk drivers. Call us at 404-975-0459 for a free initial consultation.
Holding Drunk Drivers Accountable
The criminal justice system exists to punish people who drive under the influence through sanctions such as fines, driver’s license suspension, community service and jail time. The civil justice system exists to hold drunk drivers and their insurance companies financially accountable. Our goal is make drunk drivers and their insurance companies pay a heavy price for their actions. Our lawyers have a strong record of successful outcomes.
Holding Those Who Overserve Alcohol Responsible
Under Georgia’s dram shop laws, the bar, restaurant or host of a social gathering may share in the liability for DUI accidents. If the person who caused the accident was clearly intoxicated at the time of the purchase, liability may fall on the party that served the alcohol.
Our lawyers will closely examine your case from every side to determine all of the parties that could be held liable for your injuries. Then we will seek damages from all responsible parties. We fight hard, we fight to win, and we don’t stop until we feel that we have the best possible settlement offer on the table. If we feel that we could do better in court, we will tell you so and let you decide about how to proceed.
Call for a Free Initial Consultation and Case Evaluation
If you have been injured or someone you love has been killed in a car accident that was caused by a drunk driver, contact our attorneys at 404-975-0459, toll free at 877-650-0825 or via email. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment at other times.