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Trucking Accident DUI and DWI Attorney

Roughly half a million trucking accidents occur every year in the United States and approximately 10% of those result in fatalities. Some of the main causes of these trucking accidents include:

  • Mechanical failures;
  • Truck driver fatigue;
  • Other driver’s negligence;
  • Surface Conditions;
  • Truck driver error;
  • DUI (Driving Under the Influence);
  • DWI (Driving While Intoxicated)

DUIs and DWI Limits

The law classifies a DUI as an impairment caused by any of the following substances:

  • Drugs;
  • Alcohol;
  • Other vapor releasing substance

Any of these substances can seriously impair the mental and physical capabilities of the truck drivers. In fact, absolutely nobody is allowed to legally be behind the wheel of, or in control of, any vehicle while they’re under the influence of any intoxicating substance.

The truth is that every single DUI trucking accident could have been avoided had the truck driver not been impaired prior to getting behind the wheel. In each of these instances, the DUI truck accident victims and their families are entitled to compensation due to their losses. The first step in this process is to consult a trucking accident personal injury lawyer.

If either you or a loved one has been injured in any type of trucking accident, the trucking accident personal injury lawyers at The Doan Law Firm will provide you with the compassion, experience and resources you need to pursue your rightful compensation.

Our firm provides a free no obligation initial consultation in order for you not only to have your most pressing questions answered in a no pressure situation, but also to discover the merits of your case as well as your best path forward.

If you desire our services, we’ll take your case on a contingency basis, meaning that you don’t pay any legal costs upfront or throughout the duration of your case. Instead, we earn our fee only after obtaining a successful outcome on your trucking claim, through a small percentage of the settlement we win on your behalf.

In other words, if we fail to obtain a successful outcome on your trucking claim, you’ll never owe us a dime.

DUI Truck Accident Litigation

Trucking accident lawsuits require proof that the responsible parties were negligent. Field sobriety tests, breathalyzers, or other investigative can all reveal that the driver was illegally impaired.

Because of the legal twists and turns of a DUI trucking accident lawsuit, it’s imperative that you hire a trucking accident personal injury law firm and lawyer that’s experienced with DUI lawsuits in order to receive the compensation that you deserve.

Contact The Doan Law Firm

The Doan Law Firm has both the professional obligation and the financial resources to investigate your accident and pursue your claim until you’ve received the maximum possible compensation for your claim. Our firm takes personal injury claims throughout the country and handles serious trucking accidents of all types.

There are times that victims may not be fully aware of the full extent of their injuries and the full extent of the losses they’ve incurred either now or in the future. Since there are strict statutes of limitations in many states, it’s imperative that you have specialized legal counsel on your side immediately after your accident. If your injuries have left you unable to travel, the lawyers at The Doan Law Firm will travel to you no matter where you are, whether it’s to your place of business, your home, or to your hospital room.

Please contact us at any time 24/7/365, no matter the time of day or holiday. Our experienced trucking accident personal injury lawyers are available to take your call no matter the time of day or holiday at (800) 349-0000. We look forward to helping you soon.

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