In what appears to be a devastating accident, 28-year-old Lindsay Cornwell was injured following a DUI crash on Highway 108. The crash involved a collision between a 2018 Nissan Maxima and a 2017 Subaru Outback. Reports suggest that the suspected drunk driver, a 27-year-old, was driving under the influence of alcohol.
The incident occurred near Bald Mountain Heliport Road in Long Barn, California, on April 13, 2023. According to the My Motherlode online publication, preliminary investigations suggest that the 27-year-old driver lost control of the vehicle and crashed into Cornwell’s car. The accident caused Cornwell to suffer serious injuries.
As the leading personal injury law firm in California, the Avian Law Group is concerned about the increasing number of DUI-related accidents on our roads. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), drivers under the influence of alcohol have 28 times higher chances of being involved in a fatal crash than sober drivers. These accidents also result in significant economic losses that affect both the victims and the society at large.
The Avian Law Group is committed to helping victims of drunk-driving accidents get the justice they deserve. We understand that DUI accidents often result in tragic outcomes that can hurt a victim’s life and the lives of their loved ones. Our team of experienced attorneys has been providing legal assistance to victims of DUI crashes for many years. We help our clients file a claim for insurance compensation, navigated legal procedures, and getting them the necessary medical care.
While there are no guarantees of complete recovery, our efforts towards obtaining compensation can help alleviate some of the financial burdens that come with an accident. We also help our clients receive damages caused by the accident, such as emotional distress and lost wages.
To avoid potential DUI crashes, the Avian Law Group implores drivers to never get behind the wheel after consuming any amount of alcohol. A standard drink takes about an hour to be metabolized, so it’s crucial to wait before driving. Let’s work together to create a safer future for everyone on the road.