Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Attorneys for Drunk Driving Accidents
Have you been seriously injured or did you lose a loved one as a result of an alcohol-related accident? In addition to compensation from the drunk driver, you may be entitled to receive compensation from the establishment or person that provided the driver alcohol. Dram shop laws (laws regarding the responsibility of an establishment that serves liquor) forbid a bartender from serving alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person. All individuals are prohibited from providing alcohol to minors. If an accident occurs as a result of the drunk driver being given alcohol under these circumstances, there may be additional claims that warrant investigation. Should you have questions, please contact our law firm and we will undertake the investigation required to provide you answers. It is important that you take this step at the earliest opportunity so that the necessary evidence can be preserved.
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Our lawyers at The McClelland Law Group have successfully handled a wide variety of claims involving drunk driving including the following:
- We obtained a verdict for $600,000 against three bars in State College for serving a drunk driver while he was visibly intoxicated who then caused injury to our client.
- We obtained a verdict for $450,000 for a woman who suffered a knee injury after a bar owner served a visibly intoxicated patron who then drove and caused her accident.
- We obtained a verdict for $165,000 for the operator of an automobile who was served while he was visibly intoxicated, left the bar, and drove into a tree.
If you would like to speak with a member of our personal injury firm about an injury or death resulting from a drunk driver, we invite you to call us toll free at 888.U.ASK.LAW or contact our Pittsburgh office online to arrange a free consultation and case evaluation with an experienced personal injury lawyer. We charge no attorney's fees unless we are successful in recovering compensation on your behalf. Should you be unable to travel, one of our lawyers will be happy to visit you in your home or hospital room.