Category: DUI Accidents
A Fort Myers car accident lawyer says drivers have a responsibility to protect young passengers. If drivers decide to drive while impaired, they are potentially committing child endangerment.
A Fort Myers personal injury lawyer has seen the devastation caused to victims of DUI accidents. The State of Florida takes driving under the influence very seriously and has special laws to assist the victims of drunk-driving accidents.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) says there are many misconceptions and myths about the combination of alcohol, drugs, and driving. Fort Myers Car Accident Attorney Randall Spivey is sharing a few of the MADD myths and facts so that drivers do not feel it is acceptable to drive while impaired.
Drunk driving accidents can be major crashes that significantly impact your everyday life. Unfortunately, our Fort Myers accident lawyer knows that collisions that harm numerous individuals occur every day in Florida. Accidents of any kind can be dangerous, but drunk driving accidents are exceptionally serious for various reasons. From having to care for your injuries via hospitalization or constant doctor’s visits, to dealing with the trauma of the accident or having to miss work, drunk...
Fort Myers Personal Injury Attorney Randall L. Spivey Achieves Settlement for Victim of Drunk-Driver AccidentSeptember 24, 2020 | Category: DUI Accidents, Uninsured Motorist Claims
Through aggressive and effective representation, Fort Myers Car Accident Attorney Randall Spivey achieved a settlement in favor of our client that fairly compensated our client for his significant injuries as a result of the car accident caused by this reckless drunk driver.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) reports that drugged driving is a growing problem in the United States. It can come from illegal and legal substances, such as over-the-counter medications.
Drunk driving remains a significant threat to Florida drivers. Drunk and drugged driving collisions claim hundreds of lives each year. While these figures are fortunately beginning to go down, according to a report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), drunk driving caused 814 fatalities in 2018, compared to 841 deaths in 2017. The state is making significant efforts to get these numbers down even further. Each year, thousands of personal injury claims involving drunk...
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) wants everyone to fight back against misinformation by getting the facts.
The 2020 national enforcement mobilization “Ride Sober or Get Pulled Over” goes into effect across the country from August 19 to September 7, 2020.
According to MADD, the Moving Forward Act takes a technology-neutral approach, giving vehicle manufacturers reasonable time to include future drunk-driving technologies in all vehicles.