Category: DUI Accidents
Being under the influence of alcoholic beverages is a recipe for disaster. During this Alcohol Awareness Month 2017, we feel it is time to review the myths and facts about alcoholic beverages.
There is always a victim in DUI accidents. We all know them or read or hear about them in the media. These are the defenseless men, women and children affected by drugged or drunk drivers. There are many questions victims have when they enter our offices, and we are prepared to answer them.
The NABCA has designated April as Alcohol Awareness month to bring alcohol issues to the forefront.
Florida is party central for many college spring-breakers, and our hotels, restaurants and bars are making sure their properties are ready to receive the 26.3 million students who will be descending upon our beaches.
Everyone seems to be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. There are the traditional parades, block parties, the “wearing of the green”, restaurant/bar parties, and even green beer. The color of the beer may be different, but the effects of it are the same – an increase in DUIs.
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) issued a press release January 5, 2017, titled , New Study Finds Ignition Interlocks Reduce Fatal Drunk Driving Crashes by 7 Percent. The press release applauded “the new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.”
On January 3 Amendment 2, expanding qualifying medical conditions for marijuana became effective in Florida. Using marijuana for medical reasons is now legal in nearly half of the states in the U.S. These laws have raised serious concerns about drug-impaired driving.
Most American football enthusiasts mark the end of the season by watching the Super Bowl with friends and families. Fort Myers DUI Accident Attorneys want to remind everyone to have a plan and to not drink and drive.
Think you can judge how drunk you are? Think Again - There are many people who think they can judge how drunk they, or their friends, are. This is not the case.
Every year DUIs cause unnecessary injury and death to non-drinking drivers and passengers. In order to protect the public, states have enacted sobriety tests to get DUI suspects off our roads. However, these tests have become a major problem for the criminal justice system.