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Aggressive, Determined Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer in South Carolina

No driver in Beaufort, Bluffton or throughout the Lowcountry should have to share the road with a drunk driver. Unfortunately, too many South Carolina drivers make the reckless decision to get behind the wheel after having too much to drink. When they do, the consequences can be devastating. The dangers of drunk driving are well-documented, and alcohol-related crashes are among the most common causes of car accidents across the Lowcountry. When a car accident is caused by a driver under the influence of alcohol, injury victims have a right to pursue a claim against the negligent party.

Beaufort, SC drunk driving accident law firm Twenge + Twombley knows all too well just how dangerous drinking and driving can be in South Carolina. Alcohol-related crashes typically result in long-term medical expenses in addition to pain and suffering and emotional trauma. Your injuries may leave you unable to return to work so you can support yourself or your family. Our drunk driving accident attorneys have years of experience working to protect the rights of accident victims injured in drunk driving accidents and families who have lost loved ones because of the negligence of intoxicated drivers.

About South Carolina drunk driving laws

Thanks to groups such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and the South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program (DAODAS), most drivers up and down the Sea Islands are well-aware of the dangers of driving under the influence. Drunk drivers can face thousands of dollars in fines and license suspensions for their first offense. Astonishingly, many of the state's drunken driving accidents are caused by repeat offenders.

Some legislative progress recently has been made in South Carolina. In 2014, the South Carolina House judiciary committee passed "Emma's Law," a bill that requires interlock ignition in the vehicles of DUI drivers with a blood alcohol content level of .15 or greater. The bill is named after Emma Longstreet, a 6-year-old girl who was killed by a repeat offender drunk driver in 2014. An ignition interlock device requires drivers to blow into a breathalyzer before starting the car. When alcohol is detected, the car won't start.

Your case is about justice. Contact us immediately

Some law firms handle cases for hundreds of different clients. The experienced attorneys at Twenge + Twombley think differently. We limit the number of cases we handle. That allows us to take the time to get to know each of our clients. As a small law firm, we strive to build the most solid and successful legal strategy on your behalf.

Let us fight for you. Call 866-452-6315 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a free case consultation with drunk driving accident lawyer in Beaufort, SC who knows how to protect your rights. We serve clients in Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head Island and other communities throughout South Carolina.

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