Texas Teen Drunk Driving Accident Attorney
Respected San Antonio Attorneys Representing Injury Victims
The teenage years represent the time that most young people start experimenting with things like drugs and alcohol. It is also the time when most of them receive their driver’s license. When you put these two things together, it can lead to a tragic end.
Not only do teenagers not understand how alcohol or other intoxicants will affect their ability to operate a vehicle, they also don’t have a lot of experience driving. When you put an inexperienced driver who is under the influence of an intoxicant behind the wheel, the potential for a serious accident and fatal injury goes up considerably.
Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers
Teen drunk driving accidents may be among the saddest and most senseless accidents that happen on Texas roadways. The documentation about how the use of intoxicants impairs a person’s ability to drive is undeniable, yet our young people still choose to drink or use drugs and then get behind the wheel of a car. If they would only use their common sense and make the right decisions, there is no telling how many of these car accidents could be avoided.
If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by a teen drunk driver, it is important that you seek the advice of an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Not only does the driver have to answer to the law for the DUI charge, he or she must also answer to their victims.
At The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, we have extensive experience representing clients throughout Texas who have suffered serious injuries at the hands of drunk drivers. We diligently pursue maximum compensation so that you can recover from your injuries and move on with your life.
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Contact our office today to discuss your drunk driving accident injury case. Initial consultations are free so it won’t cost you anything to get your questions answered. You can reach us by phone at 970-249-1003 or via email. Initial consultations are free and confidential.