At Kansas City Accident Injury Attorneys, we know there is no sense in beating around the bush. Don't drink and drive. At all. It's simple. If you drink and drive you will eventually get arrested and if that ever happens to you, you'd better hope its not because you've caused a very serious injury accident or fatality. A man from Lawrence, KS. is lucky he didn't cause such an accident, but because of his reckless driving and alcohol intake, he could be going to jail anyway.
A Kansas City woman was severely injured in a pedestrian accident involving a drunk driver over the weekend. The drunk driving-pedestrian accident happened at the 3700 block of Main in Kansas Ctiy Missouri on Saturday March 10, 2012. Police took the driver of the hit and run accident into custody under suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Drinking and Driving in Kansas is never a good idea. More likely than not, something bad is going to come of it. Best case scenario, you get arrested, possibly serve jail time and at least over $1000 in fines and legal fees. Worst case scenario, you cause a serious auto crash, seriously injure someone or even kill them or yourself. The choice is yours.
As Kansas and Missouri Drunk Driving Accident and Injury Lawyers, we aren't encouraging you not to drink. Just please, if you do, find a safe way to get home. By keeping drunk drivers off the streets, we can severely limit the chances of late night Kansas City car accident injuries and fatalities. We think that's something we could all live with.
If you or someone you love has suffered a serious injury in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses, including but not limited to medical bills and lost wages. Call our experienced Kansas City Personal Injury Attorneys. With over 15 years of experience in Auto Injury Accidents and Drunk Driving Injury Accident cases, we may be able to assist you through this difficult time.
Contact our Kansas City Accident Injury Attorneys to set up a free consultation to discuss your case. We want you to know your rights.