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Injured in a Drunk Driving Accident in Huntsville? Wettermark Keith is Here to Help!

Drunk driving accidents are not only physically devastating, but they can also be deeply emotionally scarring. Whether it's a high-speed crash, a head-on collision, or a wrong-way incident, drunk drivers can cause serious harm to innocent victims. At Wettermark Keith, our dedicated team of drunk driving accident attorneys stands up for victims in Huntsville and throughout Alabama, holding reckless drivers accountable for their actions. If you've been affected by a drunk driving accident, we're here to help you seek fair compensation for your damages. Get in touch with us today for a free consultation and learn how we can help you.


We have spent more than 50 years combined helping clients in Alabama with serious injuries recover the compensation they deserve.

We have a reputation for excellence among the industry, with our attorneys winning numerous accolades and awards over the years.

We don’t exclusively accept high-value claims against big corporations - we help several thousand clients with smaller cases each year as well

We are happy to take drunk driving accident claims in Huntsville on a contingency fee basis, with no legal fees charged unless we win.


A lawyer can give you an unparalleled legal experience. Your lawyer can provide everything you need for a strong and successful case, from showing you the right doctors to gathering evidence from the scene of the car accident on your behalf. You can rest and focus on healing while your lawyer takes care of the difficult and confusing aspects of your personal injury claim for you. Hiring a lawyer improves your odds of a successful lawsuit in Alabama.


Drunk driving is against state law in all 50 states. It is not up to you to bring criminal charges, however; that is the duty of city prosecutors. It is your responsibility to bring a civil cause of action (also known as a personal injury claim) if you have injuries from the drunk driver. The city will not bring a personal injury claim for you. You have two years from the date of your drunk driving accident to file a claim against the defendant. You or your lawyer will need to submit the proper paperwork to the right Madison County civil courthouse. Hiring our lawyers can make the filing process easier for you.

Once you file your claim, the at-fault party’s insurance company will have an average of 30 days to respond. An accepted case will lead to settlement negotiations between your lawyer and the insurer. A denied claim will give you grounds to go straight to court to demand compensation. Your case might also need a trial if the insurance company refuses to offer a fair amount during the settlement stage. At Wettermark Keith, our trial-tested lawyers aren’t afraid to go up against defendants in court in Huntsville.


A drunk driver may be civilly liable for your damages after causing a serious accident. Alabama’s Dram Shop Law may also give you the right to hold the party that furnished the drunk driver with alcohol liable for damages. In Alabama, you can hold a restaurant, bar, or another establishment responsible for serving alcohol to a person who will be getting behind the wheel of a vehicle, if the driver was underage or already visibly intoxicated. A dram shop claim could make it easier for you to obtain fair compensation for your damages after a drunk driving crash in Huntsville. Contact Wettermark Keith at (877) 715-9300 or through our website form to learn more about your rights during a free consultation.


It’s important to connect with an attorney as soon as possible after suffering injuries in a drunk driving car accident in Alabama. Acting quickly can help your lawyer preserve key evidence and file your claim before the state’s deadline. Your lawyer can take care of the legal matters related to your civil case while you concentrate on your physical recovery.

With offices located throughout Alabama, Tennessee and Florida, Wettermark Keith has an excellent reputation as one of the most accomplished personal injury firms in the country. Wettermark Keith’s reach is not only regional, but it also includes a diverse range of practice areas, including drunk driving accident cases. Our firm operates on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay nothing out of pocket. Any legal fees and associated costs will be collected from your winnings at the conclusion of the case. If your lawyer is not able to obtain a verdict or settlement for your injury, you will not be charged any legal fees for their efforts.

At Wettermark Keith, we believe in taking cases personally. Our purpose is to practice with care and compassion - to tell our clients’ stories and make their voices heard. We do this by building strong relationships based on constant communication and an unwavering dedication to truth and trust. Winning cases isn’t our goal - caring for you is. Winning is just how we show it. It’s more to us, it’s personal.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Our experienced team at Wettermark Keith has years of experience helping clients in Alabama seek the compensation they deserve for serious injuries. Our lawyers have earned a reputation for excellence in the field, winning numerous accolades and awards. We take on cases of all sizes, from smaller claims to high-value cases against big corporations. Additionally, we handle drunk driving accident claims in Huntsville on a contingency fee basis, so you won't pay any legal fees unless we win your case.

    A lawyer can provide an unmatched legal experience, taking care of every aspect of your case. From finding the right medical experts to gathering evidence at the scene of the car accident, your lawyer can handle all the complex and confusing tasks associated with a personal injury claim. You can focus on your recovery while your lawyer works to build a strong case. Hiring a lawyer significantly increases your chances of a successful lawsuit in Alabama.

    Drunk driving is illegal in every one of the 50 states. However, it's not up to you to press criminal charges; that's the role of city prosecutors. If you've been injured due to a drunk driver, your responsibility is to pursue a personal injury claim. The city won't initiate this civil action on your behalf. In Alabama, you have a two-year window from the date of the incident to lodge a claim against the responsible party. It's essential to submit the necessary documents to the appropriate Madison County civil courthouse, either by you or through your attorney. Engaging the services of our attorneys at Wettermark Keith can simplify and alleviate the stress of this filing process for you.

    After a drunk driving accident in Huntsville, AL, you may be eligible to seek compensation for several types of damages. These can include medical expenses (both current and future), lost wages, loss of earning capacity, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and property damage. In some cases, punitive damages may also be awarded to punish the drunk driver for their reckless behavior and deter future instances of drunk driving. The amount and type of compensation you may receive depend on the specifics of your case and the severity of your injuries.

    To build a strong drunk driving accident claim in Huntsville, AL, you'll need to gather and present evidence that supports your case. This may include photographs of the accident scene, your injuries, and property damage; eyewitness testimony; police reports; medical records detailing your injuries and treatment; expert witness testimony (e.g., accident reconstruction experts); and any available surveillance footage of the accident. Additionally, the drunk driver's blood alcohol content (BAC) levels, field sobriety test results, and any prior DUI convictions may serve as essential evidence in your case. An experienced lawyer, like those at Wettermark Keith, can help you compile and present the necessary evidence to support your claim.