Alcohol Involved in Aitkin County Car Crash


The Minnesota State Patrol recently released limited information about a McGregor auto accident in which a driver lost control of his vehicle. Alcohol is said to have been a factor in this deadly rollover crash Saturday morning in Aitkin County. The crash happened just before 6:40 a.m. on Highway 210, according to the MN State Patrol. A 56-year-old McGregor man was ejected from his Chevy Cavalier after he drove into a ditch, causing his car to vault and roll over, eventually landing in a field. According to the State Patrol report, the driver did not survive this alcohol related car crash accident.

Fortunately, no one else was involved in the accident. However, our MN car accident attorneys have represented many people injured in a crash caused by a drunk driver.  In many cases the drunk driver is not injured in the auto collision and it is people in the other car, or the drunk driver’s passenger, that are hurt.

When our lawyers represent someone injured in an accident caused by a drunk driver, we made sure our client is fully compensated.  If you are injured in an auto accident because of a drunk driver, call our office and speak with an attorney for a free consultation. There are several types of insurance that can provide you with compensation, plus you may have a claim against a bar or restaurant that illegally over-served the drunk driver. Our lawyers will explain your rights to you and make sure you receive the compensation you are entitled to.