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Acworth Resident Killed by Drunk Driver

Atlanta and its suburbs have some of the most brutal traffic that anyone can ever deal with. Unfortunately, this also means that there are also plenty of accidents that can leave people injured, or even dead. An accident leaves people with mounting medical bills, left out of work, or unsure of where to turn while they grieve a loved one.

In Acworth recently there was an accident involving a pedestrian and a drunk driver. A 50 year old man was standing near his truck when another truck came by and struck his head-on. The driver of the truck was intoxicated, but is now being charged with first-degree homicide as well after the victim died at the scene.

This happens all too often, unfortunately. Under these kinds of tragic circumstances, families can be left out in the cold, with nowhere to turn for help. The loss of a loved one is always tragic, but it can also result in a huge loss of income for a family. Insurance companies might not be much help in the matter, since they are accustomed to dealing with cases that will only help protect themselves. With that in mind, it is easy to see why only the best Atlanta attorneys should be used. With the right kind of help by your side you will have someone who fights your battles for you and doesn’t stop until you have gotten every bit of money that you need, and all of the help necessary to recover properly.

You can find yourself dealing with an endless string of interviews and court hearings if you try to go it alone. Never take that risk. Call the lawyers of Stokes & Kopitsky today for a free consultation.

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