Don’t Let Distracted Or Impaired Drivers Put Your Life On Hold
Distracted driving is based in carelessness, danger and blatant disregard for the safety of others. It’s a behavior that has proven to be an anathema in our society. The same goes for impaired drivers who operate vehicles under the influence of alcohol or drugs. These drivers are proven road hazards that can lead to devastating injuries and even death.
If you’ve been injured by a distracted or impaired driver, we will represent and assist you in securing the settlement that is rightfully yours. Our experienced attorneys at Bassi, Vreeland & Associates, P.C., will fight for you. A serious injury can lead to mounting medical bills and your inability to work. You don’t have to face this alone. We have had a presence in southwest Pennsylvania for decades and know that your work, family and livelihood are important to you.
Experienced Litigators Ready To Help
Other motorists, vehicle passengers and pedestrians are among the potential victims of distracted and impaired drivers. The misuse of smartphones, though, isn’t the only reason for distracted driving. Other factors may include eating or drinking, talking with passengers or applying makeup. Any of these scenarios may lead to a traffic accident.
Like distracted drivers, impaired drivers can cause fatalities or preventable accidents. They may drive the wrong way on roads or veer into oncoming traffic, causing devastation. We will advocate for you and seek the settlement that you deserve. As experienced litigators, we are not afraid to go to trial.
Decades Of Experience Fighting For You
Distracted and impaired driving can lead to major consequences. People’s lives are in danger due to this careless and reckless behavior. If you’ve been in an accident with a distracted or impaired driver, get the help you need today.
Established in 1952, we are a seasoned law firm at Bassi, Vreeland & Associates, P.C. We are aggressive, understanding and we will fight for you. Contact our lawyers at 724-228-7000. We have offices in Charleroi and Washington.