We Aid Families Who Are Victims Of Impaired Driving
Were you injured in an accident at the hands of a drunk driver? If so, you are not alone. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2012, more than 10,000 people died in alcohol-related crashes — that is one person dying every 51 minutes.
At Taylor & Tucker, LLC, our attorneys vigorously represent the victims of drunk driving wrecks, and the surviving family members of those who have lost their lives to impaired driving crashes.
Clients choose us time and again because of our principal attorneys.
We make a positive recovery in over 98% of the cases we pursue.
Facts About Alcohol-Impaired Driving
In Georgia and nationwide, drivers are considered to be alcohol-impaired when their blood alcohol content (BAC) reaches .08 percent or higher. Thus, any crash involving a driver with a BAC of .08 percent or higher is considered to be an alcohol-impaired crash. Our team of lawyers knows how the criminal act of drunk driving plays into a personal injury claim. We can walk you through this process.
The NHTSA reports that in 2012, 10,076 people were killed in alcohol-impaired crashes, thus impaired driving crashes accounted for 31 percent of the total auto accident fatalities in the United States. Though we cannot change the actions of those who choose to drive drunk, we can support families who are hurt by these actions.
We Stand Against Irresponsible Drivers
Drunk driving is, by far, one of the most irresponsible forms of driver negligence that exists. If you or your family member has suffered undue injuries as a result of a drunk driving incident, we urge you to contact our firm for help. Please call 678-369-7348 to schedule a free consultation.
We maintain offices in Peachtree City and Atlanta.
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