Orange County DUI Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Orange County, California Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer

Drunk drivers have delayed reaction times, may drive aggressively, are likely to violate traffic laws, and may speed or drive too slowly. All of these actions will place a drunk driver in a position where he or she is more likely to cause a motorcycle accident. Unfortunately, the drunk driver will not be the only person to sustain injury in such as situation. If you or someone you love was injured in a motorcycle accident caused by a drunk driver, contact an Orange County DUI motorcycle accident lawyer at our offices to talk about what you experienced and what options you have in filing your insurance claim and seeking the financial compensation you need.

About DUI (Driving Under the Influence) and Motorcycle Accidents

DUI, or driving under the influence, is a term used in criminal law to describe the offense of operating a motor vehicle on a public roadway while “under the influence.” Having a blood alcohol concentration of .08% or greater, and/or having abilities that are impaired due to alcohol or a controlled substance will mean that a driver may be found to be under the influence, under California law. A controlled substance in this case may mean an illegal drug, prescription drug or even over-the-counter medicine, as long as it impairs a driver’s abilities.

Because motorcyclists are already at an increased risk of injury in a traffic accident, a drunk driver may place a motorcycle rider in particular danger. That is why our attorneys are committed to holding drunk drivers responsible for causing DUI motorcycle accidents. Call us today at 800.358.9617 to find out how we can help you with your insurance claim and in taking legal action against the drunk driver that caused your accident and therefore your injuries.

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