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DWI Accident Injury

Shefman Law, home of Austin’s premier DWI accident and injury lawyers, understand how devastating DWI accidents can be for innocent victims.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, drunk driving accounted for 40% of Texas’ 3,071 traffic fatalities in 2009. If you or a loved one has been involved in a DWI accident and has sustained injuries, Shefman Law is here to help you receive the compensation you deserve. We are experienced trial attorneys committed to our clients’ needs, and we will stop at nothing to make your demands heard. Whether through settlement or trial, we promise to do go all out for you.

In Travis County, there were 1,563 DWI car accidents in 2009, and Shefman Law believes that drunk drivers should be held accountable for the damages they cause victims and their families. As experienced DWI accident and injury attorneys, we have the tools and resources required to take your case to trial, and to succeed in our mission. Personal injury attorney Lenore Shefman has been practicing law since 2000, and has never lost a case at trial. This means that if you’ve been the victim of a DWI car accident and have sustained injuries, you can count on Shefman Law to do everything possible to get you the compensation you deserve.

Although insurance companies will try to convince you that you don’t need a lawyer, they’re only looking after their own needs. Shefman Law, Austin’s driving accident lawyers, have the skill set to manage your case from beginning to end, and our history of vindicating the rights of those injured by drunk drivers. If you or a loved one has been the victim of a DWI accident or injury, call Shefman Law today to begin the consultation process. Remember, if we don’t win your case, we don’t take a fee for our services. We are an Austin DWI accident and injury attorneys, and we will fight for you. It’s that simple.

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