Norwich, Connecticut Drunk Driving Accidents Attorney
Under Connecticut state law, anyone who serves an intoxicated person alcohol can be held financially liable for injuries or fatalities that result from car accidents caused by that person later. However, in order to recover damages under Connecticut’s dram shop law, it must first be established that the drunk driver in question was visibly intoxicated when he or she was served alcohol by a bar, restaurant, liquor store, or party’s host.
At the Anderson Law Firm, our attorneys work with our own private investigators to create a timeline of events leading up to a drunk driver crash. We look at bar tabs, restaurant bills, credit card statements, and interview eyewitnesses to determine how much a drunk driver was served and when.
If you’ve lost a family member or have been seriously injured in a drunk driving accident, contact drunk driving injury lawyers at the Anderson Law Firm today and schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
Determining the Financial Impact of a Drunk Driving Accident
In personal injury cases involving drunk drivers, injury victims can recover damages from a driver’s insurer AND up to $250,000 from the bar, restaurant, or liquor store responsible for serving the driver alcohol. In order to ensure our clients receive compensation proportional to their losses, our attorneys work with medical economists and life care planners. We quantify costs associated with medical treatment, physical therapy, medical equipment, lost wages, and diminished quality of life.
Contact Drunk Driving Injury Attorneys at the Anderson Law Firm
Our office has the experience and resources needed to hold negligent bars, restaurants, and hosts of private parties financially liable for serving intoxicated people who later kill or injure others. To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact drunk driving lawyers at the Anderson Law Firm today.