DWI Accident & DWI Wreck Attorney

Drunk Driving Accident Law Firm

Drunk drivers kill and injure thousands of people every year. Choosing to drive a car after drinking alcohol is a negligent decision that can have disastrous consequences. Texas personal injury law recognizes this; it allows the injured or the families of those killed by a drunk driver to file lawsuits to recover compensation and damages.

At Loncar Associates, our drunk driving accident attorneys may help victims obtain payment for their injuries, medical expenses, and lost income after a drunk driving crash. Since beginning the firm in 1988, we have filed hundred of claims related to DWI accidents. Our law firm has the resources, and our attorneys have the experience, to fight vigorously on behalf of clients. If you have suffered injury or the death of a loved one because of a drunk driver, contact our law firm to learn if you have a case.

The legal blood alcohol count is .08% or lower. It doesn’t take very many drinks to reach this level and become a dangerous driver. The injuries caused by drunk drivers can be catastrophic if not fatal. They have little control of their vehicles, frequently driving too fast for conditions or against oncoming traffic. In these circumstances, other drivers barely stand a chance. By filing a claim for damages and compensation, the injured and the families put drunk drivers on notice.

When you visit the offices of Loncar Associates or speak with one of our lawyers on the phone, you will find us welcoming and informative. We are your strong arm in difficult times, working to answer your questions, obtain payment for your injuries, and facilitate your recovery. A DWI accident can turn your life upside down. Our attorneys help you put it right again.

To learn how a drunk driving accident lawyer can help after a DWI accident, contact the Texas attorneys at Loncar Associates. For the convenience of clients, we maintain six offices across the state, in Dallas, Beaumont, Wichita Falls, Tyler, McAllen, and El Paso. Call us today.