After the arrest, the officer immediately sends copy of the documents to the DMV. These documents include notice of suspension or revocation form, the driver license and a sworn report. DMV in a review examines the report, suspension ore revocation order and test results. If the review finds that the suspension or revocation order was … Read more
People become DUI victims when someone they love was injured or killed by a drunken driver or the person who himself has suffered a lot due to any injury caused by the drunken driver. Sometimes a drunken driver himself has to face the cruel reality after the injury. Not all victims of drunk drivers are killed. Many survive the crashes, but for some their lives are changed forever. The pain of the families that had to bury loved ones due to drunk drivers can not be described. Many of them become handicapped, they have had to learn how to eat, walk which took months. Some of them spend their lives in Comas; those who lost their lives leave their family with a pain which kills them each and every moment. Practical information to help you stop drinking, and improve your life.
People die in drunk driving because of the driver. The driver kills himself and the passengers. He also kills the people in the streets. At a sudden the accidents happen because the vehicles generally run at a higher speed at that time. Alcohol affects the brain parts that take decisions and actions. So a drunk … Read more
Each year the city of Las Vegas, Nevada sees upwards of 35 million visitors. Things are always on the move and change is the only constant here. Which is why there is never a dull moment in Las Vegas and whether it’s your first visit or your twenty-first, one thing is guaranteed and that’s you … Read more
Every year, millions of people are involved in automobile accidents, some result in fatalities. In 2005 in the United States alone, 16,885 fatal accidents occurred due to drunk driving. Of the 9,967 people who died in alcohol-impaired-driving crashes in 2014, there were 6,391 drivers (64%) with BACs of .08 g/dL or higher. According to NHTSA, … Read more