DRUNK DRIVING ACCIDENT ATTORNEY IN KANSAS CITY & MISSOURI
Our Kansas City / Missouri Accident Lawyers Offer Dedicated Help
A significant percentage of catastrophic and fatal motor vehicle accidents occur because the driver of the other vehicle truck was drunk. This is important because claims in drunk driver injuries, if properly presented, can far exceed the recovery of ordinary personal injury claims. Both Missouri and Kansas juries want to discourage behavior that shows contempt for citizens.
Our experienced Kansas City car accident lawyers aggressively represent victims of drunk driving accidents. Our clients enjoy tireless representation from an attorney who sincerely cares about helping them get back on their feet. We work hard to obtain full compensation for our clients — and to hold drunk drivers responsible for their actions.
Experienced Representation For DUI Accident Victims
In both Missouri and Kansas, victims injured by drivers under the influence of alcohol or drugs are allowed to ask for punitive damages, in addition to compensation for:
- Medical bills (past and future)
- Time away from work
- Loss of companionship
- Pain and suffering
- Permanency of injury
These punitive damages can greatly enhance the total recovery package. When you choose our firm, we fight to get maximum compensation on your behalf. In addition to your injury claim, we are prepared to file suits against taverns and bars that continued to serve drinks to intoxicated customers.
Contact Our Kansas City Personal Injury Attorneys
If you were injured by a driver who was drunk or high, or by a driver whose negligent behavior demonstrated conscious indifference to your safety, call our firm today. We believe that after being injured by a drunk driver, you’ve suffered enough – you shouldn’t be burdened with expensive medical bills and other expenses. Retain our firm today, and we will work aggressively to recover the money you need to move forward with your life.
Your health is our first priority. Our goal is to obtain the compensation you need to pay for medical bills and the pain and suffering you have endured, so that you can afford the treatment you need.