Huntington Beach Drunk Driving Accident Attorneys

There is no question that driving while drunk is negligent and irresponsible. When a drunk driver causes an accident, the injuries suffered by the victims are often catastrophic, and may require years, if not a lifetime, of medical care. At Meyers Burnett, our Huntington Beach drunk driving accident lawyers will work hard to get you the full and fair compensation you need in order to move forward with your life.

We Will Fight to Maximize Your Compensation

Drunk drivers are particularly careless and unaware of their surroundings. Any resulting accidents tend to be violent and cause catastrophic injuries. That is why our Irvine personal injury lawyers will fight to get you compensation for your medical bills, future medical care, lost wages, and pain and suffering, and other damages.

Because drunk driving is so dangerous and frowned on by society, it may be possible to seek punitive damages from the drunk driver, ultimately increasing the amount of compensation. Additionally, if the driver was served too much alcohol at a bar or restaurant, or was served while visibly intoxicated, it may be possible to hold the establishment liable as well. The attorneys at Meyers Burnett will thoroughly review the circumstances of your accident to help you receive the maximum amount of compensation.

Helping Families in Fatal Accident Cases

Tragically, many drunk driving accidents tend to be fatal. In these cases, we can help surviving family members pursue a wrongful death claim. We understand that no amount of compensation can make up for the loss of a loved one. However, we can help send a message that irresponsible and negligent actions will not be tolerated.

Call for a Consultation With an Irvine DUI Victim Lawyer

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury in an accident with a drunk driver, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact our Huntington Beach drunk driving accident attorneys online or call 714-907-4566 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Representation is offered on a contingency basis in most cases — so you won't owe attorneys' fees until and unless a settlement or verdict is reached and paid out.