Drug and Alcohol Accident Lawyers
Drug and Alcohol-induced accidents make up almost 1/3 of all traffic fatalities in the U.S. Victims of DUI and DWI accidents may sustain a multitude of injuries including skull fractures, whiplash, spinal cord injuries, loss of extremities, and possible death. When commercial truck drivers break the law by driving under the influence, they risk taking their own life, as well as, the lives of those sharing the road around them. The drug and alcohol accidents attorneys at Kell Law Firm are ready to assess and determine the strongest way to pursuing a claim for your damages, contact us today to discuss your claim.
Drug and Alcohol Accident Claims
- DUI/DWI Accident
- Fatal Accidents
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Nighttime Accidents
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Head On Collisions
The drug and alcohol lawyers at Kell Law firm are committed to bringing forward our best fight to secure the physical and financial health of our St Louis clients. We take on each of our cases with the respect and honesty an injury victim deserves. With our background of over 30 years of experience, you can trust that we have what it takes to provide you with the highest standard of representation and results.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a commercial truck crash that was due to an intoxicated driver, we encourage you to get in touch with one of our personal injury attorneys today. We will provide you with the information you need so you know all of your options. Call us at (636) 757-1700 to obtain advice from our accident attorneys!
Why should Kell Law Firm handle your drug and alcohol accident claim?
- Backed by over 30+ years of experience
- Genuine concern about each client
- Committed to achieving the highest results
- Deep knowledge and understanding of the law
- Firm belief in fairness and justice
- Will travel to you to discuss your claim
- Compassionate to customer circumstances
- Excellent communication and resources
- Hard-working injury attorneys that care
- Guidance through your entire case