Category: DUI Accidents
Substance use and driving do not mix. In observance of National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week - March 20-26, 2023, we are sharing some information on helping our teens avoid being injured in DUI accidents.
Nearly half of drivers surveyed said they drove while under the influence of OTC medications and did not know it was dangerous.
Every month the U.S. waits to implement impaired driving prevention technology, another 1,000 people are tragically killed, and 25,000 are injured by drunk driving.
Impaired driving changes lives every day. Resolve in 2023 not to drink and drive.
Alarming results of a recent survey show parents need to speak with their teens about impaired driving.
Safety tips for having a fun and safe Thanksgiving weekend and avoiding impaired driving accidents.
DUI accidents are estimated to reach the highest levels in over a decade. There are serious consequences.
Drunk driving is still the No. 1 cause of death on Florida’s roadways. Driving drunk is illegal and dangerous. Plan ahead and drive sober.
According to the latest data from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV), the number of DUI accidents in the state has declined in recent years. But, while this is good news, it only tells part of the story. Below, Fort Myers car accident lawyer Randall L. Spivey discusses the latest stats.
Many of us take this time to get together with families and friends and enjoy a long Memorial Day holiday weekend. The festivities may include alcoholic beverages.