Fort Myers DUI Accident Lawyer Representing Clients Injured in Drunk Driving Crashes
If you or a family member has suffered injury or death caused by a drunk driver, contact the Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. immediately at (888) 477-4839. Our Fort Myers car accident lawyer has handled countless cases involving accidental injuries and death caused by drunk drivers. Florida has special laws in place to help the victims of drunk driving accidents. Florida Law provides for punitive damages in cases where an intoxicated driver has caused injury or death to a person. Let us help you obtain the compensation you deserve.
How We Help DUI Victims
The Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. proudly represents victims of drunk driving accidents. Randall Spivey passionately advocates for the rights of those who have suffered an injury or wrongful death caused by an intoxicated driver, and he has achieved record verdicts and settlements against drunk drivers in court. Often times, the families who have been injured or killed by drunk drivers do not feel that the punishment that the criminal system gives to the drunk driver is sufficient. This can often lead to feelings that justice has not been served. The good news for these victims of drunk drivers is that Florida Law allows them to bring a civil claim against the drunk driver and his or her insurance company.
Schedule a Free Consultation to Discuss Your DUI Case
Contact the Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. immediately to schedule a free consultation if you or a family member has suffered injury or death caused by a drunk or impaired driver. There are no fees or costs unless you win. Our Fort Myers car accident lawyer is ready to help you seek justice now.
Please visit our settlements and verdicts to view the results in some of the Florida DUI Accident cases and other cases handled by Randall Spivey.
Please visit www.HurtByDrunkDriver.com, a special website established by the Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A., dedicated to helping victims of drunk drivers.
More Helpful Information
While drunk driving is a concern year-round in Florida, it is especially a concern during the holidays. It is no secret that many people drink to excess at holiday parties and, unfortunately, some of these people then make the extremely poor decision to get behind the wheel.
Impaired driving prevention technology has been proven to save lives. U.S. groups are urging the USDOT to move forward on rule making.
Drunk driving can be prevented. We at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. join the NHTSA and MADD in their efforts to reduce and eliminate DUI injuries and deaths.
One of the causes of teen driver accidents is drug and substance abuse. During the annual Youth National Substance Abuse Prevention Month, we are highlighting the tragedy of driving while under the influence.
DUI accidents are preventable, but they still happen frequently. When others are injured because of a negligent DUI driver, they have certain rights under Florida’s laws.
New impaired driving technology is needed to reduce DUI accidents caused by alcohol and/or drugs. Studies show the public continues to back these efforts as accidents continue to rise.
Memorial Day is a time to remember our fallen military heroes. However, many Floridians will also be remembering drunk-driving-accident victims who are family members and friends.
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.
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.
Alarming results of a recent survey show parents need to speak with their teens about impaired driving.
Alcohol-impaired drivers get behind the wheel millions of times every year, and more than 10,000 people in the U.S. die every year in crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. Choosing the right designated driver (DD) may mean the difference between a wonderful night out and a trip to the emergency room following a drunk-driving accident.
ABC News in Tampa reported that impaired driving tragically killed 799 Floridians in 2021. Complacency toward drunk driving worsens the public’s safety.
The November 2021 signing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act by the administration is lauded by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) as the most significant lifesaving legislation in the 41-year history of MADD.
A study of some of our nation’s trauma centers in late 2020 showed 56 percent of drivers involved in serious injury and fatal crashes tested positive for at least one drug.
Oktoberfest in Southwest Florida is a time for celebration. It is also time when DUI accidents occur because of over-imbibing revelers.
Impaired driving is involved in about one-quarter of all Florida motor vehicle deaths, and Florida has a variety of strategies to target impaired drivers.
According to an Ipsos poll, 77 percent of Americans back federal action requiring vehicle technology to prevent drunk driving.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) statistics show an average of 312 fatal accidents per year. Some of these fatalities are the result of drivers using alcohol and marijuana.
Wrong-Way Accidents Caused by DUIs - About 60 percent of all wrong-way accidents are caused by drunk drivers whose blood alcohol level is more than twice the legal limit.
There are 4 common drunk driving accidents that can be prevented by choosing not to drink and drive before imbibing. Drunk driving accidents are 100 percent preventable.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) statistics show 30 people die every day because of drunk driving, which equates to one person dying every 48 minutes.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says more than a quarter of all traffic-related deaths are the direct result of alcohol impairment. About 800 people per day are injured, and 30 people die in a drunk-driving crash.
Sixty-six percent of all adults in the United States are taking at least one prescribed medication; however, just because a drug is legal does not mean that it is safe to drive after taking it.
A Fort Myers boat accident attorney at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. says COVID-19 has many people seeking alternative outlets to staying at home. One of these outlets includes getting out on Southwest Florida’s beautiful waterways for sport and/or leisure.
Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season, and we at Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. would like to remind everyone that even though our gatherings may be smaller and limited this year, DUI accidents can still occur.
Is there a difference between impairment and intoxication? A Fort Myers DUI accident lawyer says, “Yes, there is a difference, but both are dangerous when a person considers driving after drinking.”
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.
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.
Intro text: 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.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) wants everyone to fight back against misinformation by getting the facts.
Summer is here and this is the time when teens may be in more vehicle accidents because of the influence of alcohol and drugs.