The Atlanta Food & Wine Festival is right around the corner with an opening date of June 1. This is a chance for people to explore different foods and wine varieties. One thing that these individuals must plan for is getting home after the festival, especially if they are drinking the wine being offered instead of using the spittoon. Even when the spittoon is still used, there is still a chance of impairment.
For people who are on the Atlanta roads near the festival, keeping an eye on the actions of the drivers will be necessary. If possible, stay away from drivers who appear to be intoxicated. Some of the signs to watch for include swerving, speeding or driving very slowly. You should also contact police officers if there is someone on the road who might be driving drunk.
There is a good chance that a driver who is intoxicated might cause an accident. If you are a victim of one of these crashes, make sure that you have a medical evaluation. You might also decide that you are going to seek compensation from the drunk driver. We are here to help you pursue the claims for damages that you suffered in connection with the crash.
You have to think about every expense that you incurred because of this. These include medical bills and missed wages. You must also try to think ahead and include any expenses you anticipate you will incur. We can help you to do this so that you aren’t shortchanging the worth of your claim against the intoxicated driver.