How Do Drunken Driving Accidents Happen?
Drunken driving accidents have become a serious threat to the life of a Texas resident as there has been a prominent increase in the number of such accidents. The term Blood Alcohol Concentration represents the level of alcohol in human’s blood. The current Blood Alcohol Concentration limit in Texas is 0.08. An individual who has a Blood Alcohol Concentration of 0.08 or more should never be permitted to drive. If you get drunk and believe you have a Blood Alcohol Concentration even close to .08, then you need to find another way of getting where you want to go.
Damages Caused By a Drunken Driving Accident:
An accident caused by a drunk driver often results in severe injuries including:
- Loss of life
- Burn injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Back Issues
- Brain Injuries etc.
If you have been injured in an accident, you should obtain assistance for any and all claims you may have.
A drunk driver can cause different types of accidents and we at the Law office of Jim Zadeh’ understand that every accident is a different accident with variety of facts.
Our Personal Injury Dallas and Fort Worth attorney, Jim Zadeh has been handling such cases. Call 817-335-5100 or toll free 888-713-5418 for a free and confidential consultation.