We Help Victims of Drunk or Distracted Driving Accidents
After a drunk or distracted driving accident, you may feel as if your life will never be the same. At Rossi Vucinovich PC, we understand the toll an injury takes on your physical and emotional health, finances, family relationships, and career. We work hard to help you overcome your physical and financial struggles and get your life back on track.
We can’t change the past or the fact that a drunk driver endangered your life. But we can help you get the resources you need to move forward.
With attorneys in Seattle and Denver, our firm represents drunk driving accident victims throughout Washington, Oregon, Colorado, and the greater northwest. Our firm has been providing this representation for more than half a century.
Our Goal is to Maximize Your Compensation
When drunk and distracted drivers hit the road, they put everyone’s health and safety in jeopardy. When it comes to distracted driving, common driving distractions include:
- Using a GPS system,
- Applying makeup,
- Talking on the phone,
- Talking to passengers,
- Reading, and
- Checking social networking sites.
At Rossi Vucinovich PC, we are committed to helping accident victims get their lives back after being injured by drunk or distracted drivers.
Our attorneys also work hard to deliver increased compensation to all our clients. Compensation includes recovery for:
- Medical expenses,
- Lost wages,
- Lost earning capacity,
- Property damage, and
- Pain and suffering.
Recovery Under Dram Shop Laws
Under local Dram Shop laws, bars, restaurants, and liquor stores can be held liable for the injuries their intoxicated patrons caused. If a bar or restaurant over-served the drunk driver who hurt you, or a liquor store sold alcohol to an intoxicated customer, we will include them as defendants in your personal injury suit.
Contact Us Now
Contact us for a free consultation. Call 425-646-8003 or 866-357-7245 to speak with a Seattle drunk driving or distracted driving accident lawyer today. Cases are taken on a contingency basis, so you don’t pay until we recover compensation on your behalf.