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Sheboygan Drunk Driving Accident Attorneys

While most people understand the importance of responsible social drinking, statistics show that more than 17,000 people are the victims of drunk driving accidents in the U.S. every year. Special interest and government awareness campaigns have tried to highlight the dangers of drinking and driving, but the danger of intoxicated drivers on the roadways is still very real.

If a person is inebriated, his or her judgment may diminish greatly, and he or she often has trouble judging speed, distance, and timing. If you are involved in a collision with a drunk driver, you deserve to have an experienced law firm like Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® on your side. Contact us at 800-242-2874 to discuss your legal options.

Compensation for Your Drunk Driving Accident Claim

Accidents caused by drunk drivers are often the result of:

  • Impaired judgment
  • Failure to observe the speed of the vehicle
  • Drowsiness
  • Problems judging distances
  • Failure to stop at traffic lights and stop signs
  • Vision impairment
  • Impaired reaction time
  • Consequences of Drunk Driving Accidents

Persons who serve alcohol to intoxicated drivers (as well as the driver himself or herself) may be held liable for injuries to others. Our Sheboygan drunk driving accident lawyers can help with any of the following alcohol-related car accident cases:

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If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident caused by a drunk driver, you may be eligible for compensation for pain, suffering, medical expenses and other damages. Contact the experienced Sheboygan drunk driving accident attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 800-242-2874 today to discuss your legal rights and options.

Drunk Driving FAQs

What is considered drunk driving?

The legal blood alcohol content limit for drivers is .08%. Any driver with a BAC level above .08% is, by law, incapable of safely operating a vehicle and is considered a drunk driver. Any driver above the legal limit can be charged with driving under the influence (DUI). DUI laws involving drivers under the age of 21 vary from state to state, but in Wisconsin, there is a “zero tolerance policy.” This means that if a driver under the age of 21 has a blood alcohol content percentage over 0%, then they can be charged with a DUI. If you have been involved in an accident and are unsure whether or not the other driver involved was under the influence of alcohol, be sure to find an experienced attorney to help you through your case.

What should I do if I’ve been involved in an accident caused by a drunk driver?

If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by a drunk driver, there are two important steps you should take. The first is to collect any and all information about your accident. This may include contact information of witnesses and people involved, pictures of car damage, medical records of your injuries, and anything else you think may be relevant to your case. Next, it is essential to find a drunk driving accident lawyer to represent you. A skilled attorney will be able to evaluate your case and provide you with your best legal options.

What damages can I recover if I’ve been injured by a drunk driving?

If you’ve been hurt in an accident caused by a drunk driver, you have the right to file a claim for various damages. Recoverable damages will vary from case to case but may cover any medical expenses related to the accident, like surgery, ambulance transportation, and any future physical therapy. You may also be able to receive compensation for lost wages if you were forced to take time off of work because of your injuries. If your injuries are severe and have left you unable to work at your current job, you may be eligible for compensation for loss of future earning capacity. You may also receive compensation for pain and suffering.

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