If you or a family member was involved in a crash with a drunk driver in Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, or anywhere in the state of Texas, you may already be thinking about how to take legal action to both hold the drunk driver responsible and take care of your medical expenses after the crash. However, although you may know that you can take legal action, it’s not as easy to figure out how to do it.
Steps to Get Started With Your Drunk Driver Injury Case
If you are interested in suing a drunk driver after you have been hurt, here are two steps you can take to get started:
- Prepare yourself as though you will take legal action against the driver. Even though you may not be ready to make a decision so soon after the crash, you can’t go wrong by acting as though you will eventually take legal action. In practical terms, this means keeping organized documentation of the crash and your injuries, collecting contact information for witnesses, and being aware of how your words and actions may affect your case later on.
- Speak with an attorney who has experience advocating for victims of drunk-driving crashes. Suing after a drunk driving crash isn’t always an easy road for victims, and it’s wise to seek legal guidance before you start moving ahead. An attorney can help you understand your rights, identify potential complications, and give you clear guidance on the legal path you face. Your initial case review with our attorneys is free, and you will leave knowing more about what to expect, how to get started, what time limits apply, and if an attorney is even necessary in your case.
The Hart Law Firm Sues Drunk Drivers
At the Hart Law Firm, we have more than 20 years of experience working with injured victims across the state of Texas, and we will not back down when victims’ rights and well-being are in jeopardy. Let us help you take action today—contact our team, or explore our regularly updated blog for more news, tips, and information. You can also call us directly at (817) 380-4888 to schedule your free consultation.