Helping Memphis Recover For Auto Accident Injuries Caused By Drunk Or Distracted Drivers

Determining the cause of a motor vehicle accident is critical to the success of the case. The two most common causes are drunk driving and distracted driving.

Drunk Driving Accident Injuries: Who Is Responsible?

Drunk driving is illegal. When drivers get behind the wheel while intoxicated, they are not merely being negligent, they are breaking the law. If an accident occurs and causes injury, they can be held accountable.

There may be other parties who could also be responsible, such as the bar, restaurant or establishment that over-served the drunk driver.

Types Of Compensation Available for Drunk Driving Car Accident Injuries

Along with compensation to pay for medical expenses, rehabilitation or lost wages, victims could be entitled to receive punitive damages, those paid by the drunk driver as a form of punishment for the crime.

Distracted Driving Accident Injuries

In the past, distracted driving consisted of drivers taking their eyes of the road to eat, put on makeup or fiddle with the stereo.

Today, the prevalence of mobile devices or smartphones has caused distracted driving accidents to increase tenfold across the country.

Texting behind the wheel, taking selfies or videos of something outside of the vehicle, navigating GPS, checking social media — these have all resulted in many auto accident injuries and fatalities.

Turning To The Attorneys At Rosenblum & Reisman

At Rosenblum & Reisman, in Memphis, Tennessee, our attorneys have more than 20 years of experience, having handled many types of personal injury cases involving auto accidents that have resulted from both drunk drivers and distracted drivers.

If the accident was caused by a drunk driver — or a driver under the influence of drugs — we know what steps to take to find out what caused an automobile crash. Our lawyers may work with the police to obtain police reports proving intoxication.

If your accident was caused by a distracted driver, we will thoroughly investigate your case. We may interview witnesses who could prove that the driver who caused the accident was using a cellphone prior to the auto accident. We may also obtain cellphone records from the negligent driver's cellphone provider that will show when calls and texts were placed.

We will find out what happened, and we will hold all negligent parties accountable.

Let us help you.

Schedule A Free Consultation Today To Find Out How We Can Help You

If you or a loved one has been injured by a drunk or distracted driver, reach out to our team of personal injury lawyers to schedule a free consult.

Call our office at 901-527-9600. You can also send us an email.

All cases are handled on a contingency basis. You pay nothing unless we get you compensation.