We Hold Alcohol or Drug-Impaired Truck Drivers Accountable
Most of us don't drink and drive. We know our limits. And we know what horrible things can happen, even without an 18-wheeled, 40 ton vehicle involved. Truck drivers who drive while impaired by alcohol or drugs and learn this lesson too late need to be held fully accountable for accidents. We fight to make sure that they are.
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- No Attorney Fee Unless You Win
At Ashton & Price, we have the professional resources available to investigate truck accidents thoroughly and determine the full extent of your injuries and losses. Contact us for a free consultation and an honest evaluation of your potential claims. If you retain us to represent you, you will not be asked to pay legal fees unless you win.
We look at the big picture, to search for the best ways to help you get the medical care you need for your injuries and the money you deserve as a result of those injuries." — Attorney Craig Ashton
How We Can Help
As your lawyers, we'll start an aggressive investigation immediately — reviewing police reports, obtaining the truck driver's breath and blood test results, bringing in top experts as needed and identifying the critical facts that will allow us to prove that the truck driver was drunk or impaired by drugs at the time of the accident.
In addition, we work with the very best medical care providers who administer care and treatment, usually with no medical insurance requirement or out-of-pocket expenses.*
For a broader overview of this topic and related issues, see:
- Truck accidents information center
- Wrongful death information center
- Brain injuries information center
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident that may have involved an alcohol or drug-impaired truck driver — contact our Sacramento area law offices for a free consultation with one of our attorneys.
*In the event you elect to receive medical diagnosis and/or treatment on a lien basis, your health care provider will be entitled to payment at the conclusion of your case, from your settlement or jury award.