Holding Drunk Drivers Financially Responsible I Snellville Dui Accident Lawyer

Countless Georgia DUI Victims Have Their Lives Altered Within Seconds From Careless Drunk Drivers

Every single year in Gwinnett County and elsewhere in Georgia, careless drunk drivers turn innocent Snellville citizens into  DUI Victims. Coming home from work, the cinema or from a loved one’s house, becoming a DUI victim can occur anywhere. When you were heading home from the movies or work, you didn’t plan on having extensive physical injuries nor did you expect to have many months of post-traumatic stress disorder as you re-live the accident over and over.

Suffering physical and emotional injuries can be financially draining. If your physical injuries from your Snellville DUI accident prevent you from working, you won’t be able to pay for basic necessities such as food, your rent, or mortgage. Physical injuries, besides being painful, can make your life a living nightmare. You may suffer severe depression or loss of enjoyment of normal activities from your Gwinnett County DUI accident.

Speaking with a Snellville DUI attorney at Shane Smith Law, will enable your injuries and emotional damages to be able to be evaluated. Since each Georgia DUI accident’s circumstances are unique, it is necessary to speak with each DUI victim. Call (980) 246-2656 to make sure that you take advantage of your free legal consultation. That way we can speak with you in person to gather all of the appropriate details from you and make sure we can help you obtain the maximum financial award.

How Much Is My Case Worth?

Through our free legal consultation, we will get to know all of the details of your Snell DUI accident. Many of the details we ascertain during this meeting will determine the value of your case, if you do sign with us:

  • Injuries sustained from the accident
  • Past, current, and projected future medical treatment
  • Existing medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Many more individual circumstances

Your Gwinnett County auto accident attorney will be able to ask you all of the necessary questions to determine what you may or may not be eligible to recover. For example, if you need extensive rehabilitation services or 24/7 medical care due to extensive medical injuries, you might be able to recover more than someone who has only suffered a broken leg and is on the road to recovery. Don’t wait any longer to call our law offices at (980) 246-2656

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