Montgomery County Drunk Driving Attorney Helping Victims In The Woodlands, Conroe, and Houston

Drunk drivers injure and kill thousands of people in Texas and nationwide every year. If a drunk driver has injured you or a loved one, the drunk driver will bear most, if not all, responsibility for the injury. The drunk driver’s liability will usually be determined under negligence law.

However, the drunk driver may not always bear full responsibility for the accident. In some instances, responsibility for a drunk driving accident may also be placed on an alcohol server or business under Texas dram shop laws. Dram shop laws impose a duty on an alcohol server and business not to over-serve a patron and, if they do so and the drunk patron injures someone, the injury victim may be able to recover compensation from the server and business.

Drunk driving accidents often result in significant personal injuries leaving the victim with mounting expenses, long-term or even lifetime medical expenses, lost wages and other costs that can run upwards to millions of dollars. A Texas dram shop claim is particularly important in these instances to obtain full compensation.

In the aftermath of a drunk driving accident, you most likely will not know:

  • If a violation of the Texas dram shop laws played a part in the accident; or
  • If the drunk driver has sufficient insurance to fully compensate you or a loved one for their injuries.

Therefore, you will need to get help from a Montgomery County drunk driving accident lawyer as soon as possible after the accident to investigate these matters and to protect your legal right to full compensation.

Our Montgomery County Drunk Driving Lawyer Will Fight for Full Compensation

We have successfully litigated drunk driving accident cases and he will go to court and try your case if necessary to maximize your recovery.

If a drunk driver or patron has injured you or a loved one, please contact our Montgomery County personal injury law firm to obtain more information about pursuing your legal rights. Don’t hesitate to call (713) 936-2555 for a free consultation!