Make the Right Choice: DUI or DD?
At Young and Young, we travel all over the State of Indiana from our Indianapolis offices representing Hoosiers who have been seriously injured in drunk driving accidents. We are your Indiana Drunk Driving accident Lawyers. Our lawyers aggressively pursue drunk drivers for our clients. We know that drunk driving accidents cause serious and severe injuries including spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, paralysis, broken bones, blindness , burns and even wrongful death. Our purpose is to force the drunk driver to compensate you and your family for your serious injuries. Having represented thousands of seriously injured Hoosiers, we know that these injuries can cause you to have huge medical bills, including future medical bills, lost wages , pain and permanent injury to your body and its ability to function. The person who chooses to get behind the wheel after having too much to drink is obligated to do what all our mothers taught us when we were very young. If you make a mess, it is your responsibility to make up for all the harm you cause. We make sure that the drunk driver makes up for all the harm he causes by making up for your medical bills, both past and future. We make sure the drunk driver makes up for your lost wages and the pain he causes and the permanent problems you have with your body. It is, after all, only fair, you did nothing wrong.
We now report the unfortunate news that a Noblesville man was arrested and charged with driving while under the influence causing death. Brent Ward was arrested for causing the death of his girlfriend. The preliminary reports regarding Mr. Ward’s alcohol level is that he was twice the legal limit for operating a vehicle. We know Mr. Ward did not intend to harm his girlfriend, but he chose to get behind the wheel while he was intoxicated. He knew, or he should have known that this was a stupid choice. Now he will live with his choice for the rest of his life, while his girlfriends family prepares to bury her.
In closing we want to say to you Butler Bulldog fans, celebrate wisely. Do not drink and drive. If you must drink, appoint a designated driver, call a cab, walk, but do not turn what is likely to be a grand celebration into a tragedy for either yourself or for an innocent Hoosier family.