Drunk Driving Collisions
Driving Under the Influence(DUI) and Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), are the terms for alcohol-related driving behavior, responsible for nearly 1/3 of all traffic deaths in the United States. Despite the fact that Texas DUI arrests actually declined 32% between 2009 and 2019, Texas leads the nation in DUI-related deaths. The CDC reports that 13,592 Texans died in a DUI-related crash between the years of 2009-2018.
A person should never get behind the wheel if their judgment is impaired by alcohol or drugs. When an impaired person makes the reckless decision to drive anyway, the results can be devastating. While not all drunk driving collisions end in death, they can cause injury not only to the impaired drivers and victims of the collision, but to innocent bystanders as well.
Drunk Driving Collision Injurues
A collision caused by an impaired driver can result in devastating injuries and tragic loss. Injuries that can result from a drunk driving collision include:
Concussion and other traumatic brain injuries
Whiplash and other neck and spinal cord injuries
Damage to internal organs, soft tissues, muscles or skin
Crush injuries or amputations
These injuries or a combination of injuries can prove to be fatal, in far too many cases, and family members can lose a loved one to another driver’s bad decisions.
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At AMS Law Group, we know that no two drunk driving accidents or injuries are the same. Our dedicated team of drunk driving collision lawyers focus on the details of your claim, so we can
be sure to get the compensation you and your loved ones need. If you were injured by an impaired driver, contact us to schedule your free consultation. In order to better serve you, our staff members also speak Arabic and Spanish. We serve those in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston.
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