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Drunk Driving Victims

Centre County Law > Personal Injury > Drunk Driving Victims

Every day almost 30 people die in the United States in motor vehicle crashes that involve a drunk driver. We understand at Bryant and Cantorna the loss and grief caused by these senseless acts. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that nearly 1/3 of crash deaths involve a drunk driver. These crashes often result in serious injuries including spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, disability or even death. Given the serious nature of these cases, it is not always enough to look  just at the driver for compensation.

All too often you need an investigation started to determine where the defendant was drinking and where he got his alcohol. If a drunk driver was served alcohol when he was visibly intoxicated, then the establishment or persons who gave them the alcohol played a role in the crash. In order to prosecute these cases bartenders, patrons and witnesses must be found and interviewed. Unfortunately, many of these crashes involve underage drinking and driving. In these cases it is important to start an immediate investigation to determine who provided the alcohol to the underage driver..

If you have been a victim of a drunk driver in Pennsylvania, it is important that you hire skilled personnel injury attorneys who have a track record of success. Contact the Law offices of Bryant and Cantorna for your free case evaluation.

The lawyers at Bryant and Cantonal are experienced trial lawyers who specialize in cases of severe and serious injury, spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injury and wrongful death. We have offices in Millheim and State College, Center County, Pennsylvania. We accept serious cases anywhere in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.