Lawyer Thomas Hogle of Canyon State Law in Mesa AZ says that whenever you drink and drive you run the risk of getting into a fatal accident. Alcohol impairs judgment, vision, concentration and reaction time, among other functions critical to driving safety. In Arizona, the legal limit for drunk driving is a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08. However, research has shown that impairment begins at a BAC of only .02. Even after one drink, it is best not to get behind the wheel. Avoid Drinking and Driving
All injuries and deaths caused by drinking and driving are entirely preventable when these tips are followed:
Legal Help if You Are Involved in an Arizona Drunk Driving Accident
If you are the victim of an Arizona drunk driving accident and need help paying medical bills, insurance, or are left unable to work, you should seek legal help and advice. No victim seriously affected by another person’s irresponsibility should go without the compensation they deserve. If you have been injured in a drunk driving accident within Maricopa County, contact an experienced personal injury attorney at Hogle Injury Law.