Drunk drivers account for a significant portion of Ohio motor vehicle accidents, injuries, and deaths. The attorneys of Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA have helped countless innocent clients bring drunk drivers to justice.
While only the courts can issue traffic and criminal penalties, individuals and families harmed by drunk driving can pursue civil remedies to ensure that justice prevails. You and your loved ones may suffer, but you do not have to be the victim. Contact us now to discuss how we can help you hold drunk drivers liable to the full extent under Ohio’s civil laws.
When a drunk driver takes to the road, he may not be the only one responsible for the injuries he causes. Bars, restaurants, and liquor permit holders who profit from selling alcohol to these deadly drivers have a legal obligation to serve responsibly.
If a liquor permit holder overserves a patron or serves alcohol to a minor, the liquor permit holder may be legally liable for the damages caused by a drunk driver. Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA can help you hold bad businesses accountable when they put profits over safe and responsible alcohol policies.
Drunk drivers are a danger to motorists, passengers, bicyclists, pedestrians, and property. Injuries in drunk driving accidents can range from relatively minor soft tissue injuries to life-altering paralysis and even wrongful death. Damages in DUI/OVI cases may include:
No matter the extent of your injury, drunk driving is wrong and should not be tolerated.
Representing clients in the Cleveland area and throughout Ohio, Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA has the experience, resources, and commitment to helping you and your family receive justice following a drunk driving accident. With our tireless representation, countless clients have held drunk drivers and reckless liquor permit holders civilly liable for their dangerous actions.
If you or a family member suffered injury or wrongful death in a drunk driving accident, call or e-mail our Cleveland DUI attorneys to schedule your free initial consultation.