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Seeking financial recovery after a drunk driving accident

Encountering a negligent driver is a very concerning thought for drivers in Iowa. While in some situations such an incident could be avoided, it is almost completely out of the hands of an individual when and if they encounter a negligent driver. This is especially true with intoxicated drivers, and the destruction caused by a drunk driving accident could be tremendous.

Being involved in an accident caused by a drunk driver not only has the potential to impact those directly involved in the incident, but oftentimes the incident also greatly effects the loved ones of the injured victim. Our law firm understands that drunk driving is a form of driver negligence that could result in serious injuries and severe damages. Because of this, we are focused on helping victims through the criminal and civil law processes used to hold the negligent party responsible for the damages and losses that driver has caused the victim.

With over 25 years of experience, our attorneys attempt to help our clients successfully navigate their actions that are focused on recovering a fair and just monetary award. Determining the amount of damages caused by a reckless driver can be difficult. However, our firm is experienced with the investigation process. By looking at the immediate losses, future medical bills and impact on the victim's life, we may be able to assess the amount of compensation that could make the victim and their loved ones whole after the tragic drunk driving incident.

Whether further investigation is required, reconstruction of the accident site is needed or analysis of evidence is required, our attorneys attempt to help clients at all phases of the process. To learn more, please visit our law firm's drunk driving accident website.

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