My Car Was Totaled And I Had Severe Injuries After A Car Accident In Broward County. The Other Driver Crashed Into The Side Of My Car. The Driver Acted Strange When He Got Out Of The Car. The Police Found Some Drugs. What Happens Next?

A: You were lucky you weren’t killed as a result of the car crash in Broward County.  Driver’s who are driving under the influence of drugs are dangerous.

Drivers who use drugs put others on the road in jeopardy. Some of the dangerous side effects drugs cause includes:

  • Lack of attention
  • Inability to concentration
  • Inability to react quickly
  • Drowsiness
  • Blurred vision
  • Hallucinations
  • And other dangers

If an officer at the scene of the accident suspects drugs, there will be a blood and/or urine test that will be taken.  There also may be an arrest for a DUI offense.  Driving under the influence of drugs, alcohol and other substances is illegal in Florida.

Hiring an experienced Broward County personal injury attorney is important.  Not only are you able to collect compensation for injury and damages, but your attorney can also prove to the court that the other driver was under the influence of drugs.

Don’t wait to contact a Broward County personal injury attorney.  The sooner you do, the faster your case will be resolved and justice will be served.

Call the Law Office of David Benenfeld to get help.  For a FREE legal consultation, CALL: [number type=”2″] or [number type=”1″] today.