Did A Drunk Driver Injure You?
Drunk drivers threaten everyone else on the road with their irresponsibility and their careless choices to get behind the wheel while intoxicated. When that threat becomes real and someone is seriously hurt by a drunk driver in an accident, he or she deserves to be fully compensated for the losses he or she has suffered.
Serious injuries can have a lasting impact on a person. You may need extensive medical care that can include surgeries, physical rehabilitation and other types of care for a long period of time. Extensive medical care is incredibly costly. When you add those medical bills to the reality that you may be unable to work for an extended period, it can create very real financial stress.
Making The Most Of Every Case
This is why it is so important to ensure that you are not just being compensated, but that you are receiving the full compensation you deserve. Working with an experienced attorney can help you secure the maximum compensation for your case.
AV* Preeminent Rated Drunk Driving Accident Attorney
I am attorney Eddy Meeks. I understand what it takes to build a strong case against a drunk driver. I began my career as a prosecutor and have more than 38 years of experience fighting for those who have been injured. I will talk with the police and prosecutors to find the evidence I need to hold a drunk driver accountable for the harm you suffered. Depending on the circumstances of the case, the fact that the other driver was drunk can mean that additional damages may be available. I will do everything I can to maximize your compensation.
For experienced and skilled drunk driving accident representation, Eddy Meeks, in Leesburg, Georgia, can help. I offer free initial consultations, call 229-232-8599, toll free at 800-868-3869 or contact me online.
I only collect attorney’s fees if I secure compensation for you.
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