At The Law Offices of Gerald L. Marcus, our drunk driving lawyers in Los Angeles bring an unparalleled level of tenacity when representing clients involved in a serious accident caused by a drunk driver. Though we try to settle our clients' matters outside of court, we always prepare every case thoroughly for trial. Because we always have our fighting gloves on, we are not afraid to go to trial on your behalf, especially if it means we can secure the most money for you.
Since our firm's inception in 1987, we have been the personal injury law firm to trust throughout the Los Angeles area. In fact, we have proudly represented nearly 12,000 clients in Southern California and have recovered close to $125 million in settlements and verdicts. Though we believe the proof is in our numbers, we also back our level of advocacy on our professional associations, which include membership in the American Trial Lawyers Association and the Public Justice Foundation.
The damages of an accident caused by a drunk driver can be ruinous for anyone. Regardless if you were involved in a car accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, pedestrian accident, or bicycle accident, there are few combinations that are more fatal than mixing drugs or alcohol with driving. The truth of the matter remains that no one should ever have to live with the consequences of such gross negligence.
Your damages may include, but are not limited to:
It is illegal to drive while intoxicated in the state of California. If a drunk driver caused your accident, not only will the driver be financially responsible for the damages that have been wrongfully caused to you, but the drunk driver will also be criminally accountable for their misconduct.
We proudly represent injured victims throughout the greater Los Angeles area and have offices located across Southern California. No matter where your accident occurred, we keep our phone lines open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you give our firm a call, we make certain to provide instant service and can even visit you in the comfort of your home or while you are in the hospital.