When personal injury cases occur, they will likely fall into a number of different categories. For instance, car accident cases are incredibly common in terms of personal injury cases, even making up more than half of all personal injury cases seen throughout the United States. After all, there are more than five and a half million car and other motor vehicle accident cases seen on a yearly basis alone – and that’s just in the United States. Out of these cases come more than 30,000 deaths and more than three million injuries, all within that same span of time.
And in many car accidents, personal injury cases are valid and able to be mounted. After all, there are many reasons that a car accident could have been prevented, paving the way to a personal injury claim. Driving under the influence provides just one good example of such – and a large one, as driving while under the influence of some kind of a substance is far more common than many people even realize. Drunk driving alone