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Drunk Driving Accidents

When you make use of a public road you do so with an understanding that others using the road will be doing so safely. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Too often there are unsafe drivers whose actions put you and those you care about in harm’s way. This is especially the case with drunk drivers.

If you or someone you love has been injured or killed by a reckless drunk driver, you may be eligible for fiscal compensation related to your pain and suffering. Contact a Cedar Rapids personal injury lawyer from Leehey Olson Law, P.C., today at (319) 294-4424 to get started on your personal injury compensation case today.

Common Drunk Driving Injuries

When an individual under the influence of alcohol takes to the road, there is a chance that he or she will cause an accident, possibly harming innocent individuals who happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Drunk drivers are most likely to cause the following:

  • Property damage
  • Physical injuries
  • Pedestrian injuries
  • Vehicular collision
  • Rollover accidents
  • Manslaughter

Any of these results can be difficult and costly to experience, meaning that those responsible must be held accountable for their negligence.

Contact Us

Falling victim to a reckless driver can be a devastating experience. The Cedar Rapids personal injury lawyers at Leehey Olson Law, P.C., have been helping victims of drunk driving accidents for many years and would like to do the same for you. Contact our office today at (319) 294-4424 to learn more about your options.

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