Drunk Driving Collisions
IS DRUNK DRIVING IS STILL A THING?
JUSTICE FOR VICTIMS OF DRUNK DRIVERS.
Regrettably, hundreds of innocent people are killed or injured each year as result of negligence by impaired drivers on the road. Due to the avoidable nature of such tragedies, the frustration and anger of such events is indescribable.
If you or someone you care about has been injured in a car accident as a result of the negligence of a drunk driver, you need to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer today to ensure that a timely investigation is conducted and your rights are protected.
Benjamin Law covers all angles and will search for all the evidence including records of the drunk driver’s blood alcohol level, the source of alcohol and whether the individual was over-served at a nightclub, bar or restaurant. If so, this entity will also be liable for damages as discussed under Bar and Tavern Liability. We will work with professional experts such as toxicologists and other professional expert witnesses when necessary, such as accident reconstruction engineers and healthcare professionals to determine liability and build the strongest claim possible.
WE GET YOU IMMEDIATE HELP
Statutory Accident Benefits that you may have access to under Ontario’s no-fault insurance laws include:
Income Replacement Benefits – if you are unable to work
Medical and Rehabilitation Benefits including chiropractic, psychological, physiotherapy services; medication; rehabilitative equipment; vocational training, home accessibility modifications and vehicle modifications
Attendant Care Benefits – for a home attendant and nursing care
Housekeeping and Home Maintenance Benefits – if you are catastrophically impaired
Caregiver Benefits – if you are catastrophically impaired
Other expenses – visitor expenses; funeral expenses; damaged items in the accident; and lost educational expenses.
MAKE THEM ACCOUNTABLE
We will also seek damages from the drunk driver and any other at-fault party to obtain complete compensation for you for such items as:
Pain and suffering damages (for loss of your enjoyment of life)
Loss of future earnings (financial loss due to the inability to work, reduced earning capacity and loss of future opportunity)
Future care costs (medical care, rehabilitation and other future costs including nursing or attendant care beyond what is available from accident benefits)
Housekeeping and Homemaking Services
Compensation for family members affected by your injuries (for cost of services you provided and the loss of care, guidance and companionship they have suffered)