Hi this is Mark Thush, I’m an accident attorney practicing personal injury law here in Florida. Today’s tip involves Drinking and Driving.
People often ask, “How many drinks does it take to become legally drunk?” That’s the wrong question to ask. For example, if you are taking medication, one drink could put you into the “DUI” category. Other factors include physical characteristics such as gender; weight and body fat – these are all factors in the equation. If you’re wondering how many drinks you can have before driving, the best answer is NONE. If you’re going to go out for drinks, please get a designated driver.
Florida’s No-Fault Law has changed and time is not your friend. Remember, if you have been injured in an auto accident, you must seek treatment within 14 days otherwise you are not entitled to receive Florida PIP coverage.
If you have a question about an accident that you or a family member was involved in – pick up the phone and call me. I can answer your legal questions. You can reach me at 407-862-2767 or by email that’s firstname.lastname@example.org. I promise to give you a straight-forward honest and personal answer. That’s my guarantee.
I’m Mark Thush, thanks for watching, have a great day and I’ll see you soon!