You may have rights to recovery if you have been hit and injured by a drunk driver in Pennsylvania.
It is against the law to drive with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 or higher. A driver who injures a passenger, another motorist, a bicyclist, a motorcyclist, a trucker or a pedestrian in a Pennsylvania drunk driving accident may be liable for damages.
However, in order for you to recover damages you must understand your rights and how to exercise them. You have the right to contact a Pennsylvania auto accident attorney to discuss filing a case against the alleged drunk driver who hurt you. You have the right to seek a settlement from the driver who caused your injuries or that driver’s insurance company. You have the right to bring a case to trial and to convince a judge or jury that you are entitled to compensation for your outstanding medical expenses, lost income, out of pocket expenses and pain and suffering.
If you know someone who has been hurt in Pennsylvania DUI crash then please share this page with that person so that he can understand his rights under Pennsylvania law.