Harrisburg DUI Accident Attorney
Hold Drunk Drivers Responsible with Metzger Wickersham
The damage caused by drunk driving accidents can be tragic. Survivors often report extensive emotional trauma on top of their physical injuries. Despite the devastating effects, drunk driving accidents remain one of the most common causes of injury and death on roadways in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States. On average, someone is injured by a drunk driver every two minutes.
Those who choose to drive while under the influence of alcohol are negligent and need to be held accountable for their reckless actions. While a drunk driver may be charged criminally, this does nothing to compensate the person he or she injured. Thankfully, civil remedies are available, but compensation is not automatic. It is extremely important for drunk driving victims to retain a qualified attorney for help pursuing a fair recovery to cover their medical bills, damaged property, lost wages, and other damages.
If you’ve been injured by an intoxicated driver, the time is now to contact Metzger Wickersham. Contact us online or call our office at (888) 286-2850 to get started.
Holding Negligent Drivers Accountable in Pennsylvania
At Metzger Wickersham, our Pennsylvania car accident attorneys are backed by more than 130 years of combined experience and one of the largest support staffs in the area. We are able to devote an extensive amount of attention and detail to each and every case that we accept. Because we understand that injured people often experience financial difficulties in connection with their injuries, we are happy to provide free case reviews and don’t charge any fees unless we can make a recovery on their behalves.
Don't let your rights be trampled over by insurance companies. Pursue justice with our capable Pennsylvania DUI accident lawyers. We have offices in Harrisburg, Lancaster, Pottsville, York, Shippensburg and Wilkes-Barre, PA and are available 24/7 to answer your calls.
Contact us today for more information about your case.