EVERY DAY IN AMERICA, 28 PEOPLE DIE AS A RESULT OF DRUNK DRIVING CRASHES. 
Drunk driving accidents can cause immense physical, emotional, and financial damage. It is estimated that drunk driving costs the United States $199 billion every year.  This figure does not include the individual costs of medical bills, loss of household income, and the terrible pain and suffering that the injured and their families are forced to endure.
EVERY TWO MINUTES, A PERSON IS INJURED IN A DRUNK DRIVING CRASH. 
The injuries caused by a drunk driving accident can include:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones and lacerations
- Long hospital stays and periods of rehabilitation.
Anyone who causes an accident while driving under the influence of alcohol or another substance is considered negligent. Sadly, statistics tells us that many convicted drunk drivers have a neglectful tendency towards this type of behavior. According to the Center for Disease Control, an average drunk driver has driven drunk 80 times before their first arrest and 50 to 75 percent of convicted drunk drivers continue to drive on a suspended license. 
Any financial compensation received from the neglectful driver is of little comfort to those who endure serious injury or loss of a loved one in alcohol-related accidents. Serious compensation, while owed to these victims, may never make up for the pain and suffering endured. While a drunk driver has the liability to pay for all damages, they may not be the only person considered negligent or responsible.
DRAM SHOP OR BAR OWNER LIABILITY IN DRUNK DRIVING ACCIDENTS
Providing the alcohol may also be neglectful when the patron is obviously drunk. The law may impose liability on bars, clubs, restaurants, or hotels which supply liquor improperly. In such cases, a business is expected to exercise due care and not to serve anyone a drunk patron.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a drunk driving accident, Chelsie King Garza can help hold those responsible accountable for your harms and losses. You should not have to shoulder the burden of these accidents alone, allow Ms. Garza to help.