Drunk Driving Accidents
Drunk Driver Car Crash Injuries Need a Relentless New York DWI Auto Accident Attorney
The number of drunk driving accidents in New York is shocking. According to NYC police department, every month about 100 New York City traffic accidents involve alcohol. A hundred people choose to get behind the wheel after drinking and end up causing auto wrecks. On average, a quarter of those DWI collisions are fatal. A DWI in New York can be deadly due to heavy rush hour traffic, road construction or other distracted drivers, sometimes ending up in a multi-car pile-up. Drunk driver crashes can happen anywhere—the Brooklyn Bridge, the Manhattan Bridge, I-495 or Riverside Drive or the Long Island Expressway. If you were hurt by someone who was driving while intoxicated, call a trusted New York DWI lawyer—call the law offices of Pasternack Tilker Ziegler Walsh Stanton & Romano, LLP today.
Don’t Let the Drunk Driver Who Crashed Into You Get Away With It—Call Us Today!
Sometimes a drunk driving accident only causes minor neck injury, such as whiplash, or a few broken bones or knee injury. However, many drinking and driving car wrecks are far more catastrophic, resulting in traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, paralysis, coma, injuries requiring surgery or longterm physical therapy. If you lost a loved one in a drunk driver accident fatality, your entire family is devastated and you may have a wrongful death case on your hands. We are known for working diligently to prove the negligence of anyone who chose to drink and drive, because we believe in doing what is right and helping DWI victims recover.
We’ll Pore Over Breathalyzer Results, Crash Scene Evidence and Witness Testimony On Your Behalf
The blood alcohol limit in New York State is 0.08% for drivers over 21, with zero-tolerance for younger drivers with DWI arrests. Drivers who fail a Breathalyzer test must be held accountable for any drunk driver crash resulting in injuries, fatalities or property damage, such as a totaled car. In addition, the person who provided alcohol to the intoxicated driver could be held responsible for DWI deaths or injuries.
If you were hurt by a drunk at the wheel, or if a relative was killed in a drinking and driving accident, call us today, toll-free, at (800) 692-3717 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Every discussion is personalized and confidential and you don’t pay unless you win. Don’t let a DUI tragedy destroy your future—we help DWI victims recover physically, financially and emotionally, and we’re here to help you, too.