Call Fast Help If You Are Injured By A Drunk or Distracted Driver
Drunk driving is a serious and formidable offense in the state of Georgia. Drunk drivers are more likely to hurt and injure other drivers because of their limited reaction rate and lack of control.
In Georgia, there are special laws that protect the rights of people who are injured as a result of a drunk or distracted driver.
Such laws place accountability directly on drunk drivers and those who unlawfully supplied alcoholic beverages to the driver.
The Atlanta accident attorneys at Fast Help are experienced at handling drunk driving claims and finding those parties accountable under the law.
If you are injured as a result of a distracted or drunk driver’s negligent behavior, contact us right away to obtain the compensation you deserve for your pain, treatment, and damages.
Distracted and Drunk Drivers in Georgia
Drivers are more distracted than ever based on the amount of demands and the types of technology that consume our society. Distracted driving associated with smartphone devices and texting has become a dangerous issue for drivers throughout Georgia.
Evidence and studies show that using smartphone devices while operating a vehicle contains as much risk as driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Drivers who choose to use their smartphone devices are more likely to run a red light or drive through a stop sign, make sudden lane changes, or cause a rear-end collision – all of which have to potential to cause severe personal injuries.
If you have been hurt as a result of a distracted driver, you may be legally entitled to compensation to cover the extent of your damages and treatment. The experienced accident attorneys at Fast Help understand how to collect appropriate forms of evidence, gather witness testimonies, and navigate through the complexities of the court system.
We can help connect you with a team of accident injury doctors who provide treatment, while your claim is processed in court.
Contact Fast Help For Immediate Support
To learn more about our approach to distracted and drunk driving claims or to speak with an attorney about your case, contact us online or by dialing (404) 592-0318. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for your convenience and support.