The responding officers at the site of your crash will ask the driver to perform either a blood or breath test to determine intoxication, which can be used against them in court. The legal limit for driver intoxication is a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08%. If a driver is discovered to have a BAC at or above the legal limit due to drugs or alcohol, he or she will be charged with a DUI. In addition to the BAC, the arresting officer may also give his or her testimony in court to attest to the intoxicated state of the driver.
From filing insurance claims to negotiating settlement offers, our firm will stand by you every step of the way as you pursue legal action. We have more than 100 years of collective legal experience and our Long Island lawyers have recovered more than $100 million in verdicts and settlements for our clients.
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