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San Diego Drunk Truck Driving Accident Victim Attorneys

When fully loaded, a commercial truck or 18-wheeler can weigh tens of thousands of pounds. This much weight at high speeds can cause devastation if involved in an accident or collision. That is why it is important for drivers to act responsibly behind the wheel. Unfortunately, despite the considerable dangers, many commercial truck drivers engage in reckless behaviors such as driving under the influence of alcohol.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a collision caused by an intoxicated commercial truck driver, you may be entitled to pursue financial compensation through a civil lawsuit, independent of any criminal charges that may be filed. To learn more about your legal rights and options, contact the San Diego drunk driving accident victim lawyers of Ritter & Associates at (619) 296-0123 today.

How Alcohol Affects One’s Ability to Drive

Consuming alcohol and driving is extremely dangerous because it interferes with a driver’s physical and mental capacities, leaving one unable to operate a vehicle with the same degree of control to which he or she is accustomed. The following are representative of the ways in which alcohol consumption can have a direct effect on a truck driver’s ability behind the wheel:

  • Slowed and impaired motor control
  • Inability to remain focused on the roadway
  • Delayed reaction times
  • Heightened risk of falling asleep
  • Compromised judgment and decision making abilities

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Do not delay seeking legal counsel and representation if you have been hurt in a motor vehicle accident caused by an intoxicated truck driver. Contact the San Diego drunk truck driving accident lawyers of Ritter & Associates by calling (619) 296-0123.

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