There Is No Justification For Drunk Driving

The risk posed by drunk drivers is difficult to overestimate. According to the state of Illinois, more than a third of all traffic fatalities are alcohol-related. These deaths and the injuries caused by drunk drivers could be prevented if people made responsible choices regarding getting behind the wheel after drinking.

When people do not act responsibly and drive drunk, they need to be held accountable for the injuries they cause. Medical bills and lost wages can take a toll on a household's finances. Securing full compensation for all of your losses after you have been injured by a drunk driver calls for an experienced attorney who knows how to build a strong case.

Were You Or Your Loved One Hit By A Drunk Driver? Our Skilled Attorneys Are Dedicated To Helping You Get What You Need To Recover

At Konicek & Dillon, P.C., our attorneys will look at all sources of compensation, including using the dram shop laws to pursue compensation from a bar or restaurant that negligently served the drunk driver who injured you. The unfortunate reality is that dram shop levels in Illinois are very low. The drunk driver will be the primary target of any legal action in most cases. With more than a century of combined experience, our attorneys are able to help our clients recover the full compensation they need to be able to work through their recoveries.

For Help Recovering Compensation For Injuries Or Death Caused By A Drunk Driver In Illinois, Contact Our Geneva Drunk Driving Accident Lawyers

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident that was caused by a drunk driver, our skilled attorneys can help you create accountability and effectively pursue the compensation you need. We understand what is at stake, and we know how to take immediate action that will protect your rights. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Chicago personal injury attorneys, call 312-239-0283; in Geneva, call 630-313-2071. You can also contact us online.

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