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5 Tips for Staying Safer on the Water

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Boating is a popular past time in Florida. Unfortunately, the large volume of boats on the water increases the likelihood of a boat accident occurring. According to Statista, Florida has the highest number of boat accidents per year.  2,903 injuries occurred as a result of boating accidents in 2016, and there were 701 fatalities.

The key to preventing boating accident is safety.  Here are 5 tips that’ll keep you and your loved ones safer.

Tip 1: Keep Tabs on Your Gas

Running out of gas isn’t a major problem when you’re driving a car. You simply call a vehicle servicer to help you to get back on the road. But running out of gas presents a major risk when you’re boating. You could end up stranded in unknown waters. Plus, unseen currents could carry your boat even further away from the shore. Make sure you have enough gas for the day before you head out. Best practice is to always have at least 10% more gas than you think you’ll need. This ensures you’ll have enough, especially if an unexpected situation arises.

Tip 2: Wear Your Lifejacket

Always wear your life jacket, even if you’re a strong swimmer. You have them for a reason.  Boating accidents are unpredictable, and injuries can occur in the blink of an eye.  Wearing your life jacket ensures that if you sustain an injury and find yourself overboard, you don’t potentially succumb to drowning.

Tip 3: Be Thorough with Maintenance

Like cars, boats are made of thousands of moving parts. Conduct throughout checks on every mechanical aspect before you head out. If something doesn’t seem right, don’t risk it. Make sure you have a working radio on the boat at all times as well.

Tip 4: Conduct a Safety Briefing

While you may be an experienced boater, you can’t guarantee that the people you take with you share that same level of experience. Always conduct a safety briefing before you take anybody out on your boat. Ensure they have their own lifejackets and help them to understand the rules they must follow to stay safe.

Tip 5: Maintain a Safe Speed

Full-speed boating presents problems, regardless of the weather conditions. The faster you’re moving, the less time that you have to react to obstacles.  Bad weather and low-light conditions compound this problem. Don’t go faster than necessary when you’re on the water.

Contact Fetterman & Associates If You’re Involved in a Boating Accident

Even by following the tips outlined here, there’s no surefire guarantee that you won’t wind up in a boat accident. Other boaters may not follow this advice, which puts you at risk. The Fetterman & Associates Law Team can help you if a boating accident has affected you or a loved one. Contact us today at (561) 449-2372 to arrange a free consultation and to discuss your options.

4 Reasons Why You Should Appeal Your Social Security and Disability Denial

Social Security And DisabilityOf the 11 million people living in Florida, about 450,000 claim social security and disability benefits. To do so, they must meet the requirements that the Social Security Administration (SSA) has established. And while it may seem like a simple process, it’s not uncommon for legitimate claims to be denied.  Unfortunately, many people who are denied social security and disability benefits simply give up, assuming that an appeal will just result in another denial. Here are 4 reasons why you shouldn’t.

Reason #1 – You’re Actually Disabled

The simple fact is that many denials aren’t fair. In some cases, the state may misunderstand your disability. Or, a paperwork error may lead to an inaccurate claim that causes a denial. All claims go through the Division of Disability Determinations in Florida, and it’s entirely possible that they made an error somewhere in the process. Giving up after the first attempt doesn’t account for these potential errors. You may just need to submit more accurate records and documents.

Reason #2 – You Have Limited Time 

Many people make the mistake of thinking that they have no option once they receive a refusal. But that’s not the case at all. Your denial notice should have a date printed on it. Typically, you’ll have 60 days from the date on the notice to file an appeal. Unfortunately, you’ll rarely be able to file an appeal after this date passes, which means that you’ll have to start the whole process again. This time constraint is one of the main reasons why you should start the appeal process as soon as you receive your denial notice.

Reason #3 – You Can Ask for Different Examiners 

When filing an appeal, you can ask for a different group of examiners to evaluate your case. This reduces the risk of the previous group refusing the appeal in the belief that they got it right the first time. A fresh set of eyes may see something that the first group missed.

Reason #4 – You Can Add More Evidence to the Claim 

Many people don’t realize that they can resubmit a different claim when they file for an appeal.  The SSA allows you to add extra documents to your appeal, which means that if you’re more thorough the second time around, you can build an even stronger case. This is important since many denials are a result of inadequate documentation. Adding more evidence to your social security application might give examiners enough to overturn the original decision. Such evidence may include proof that you’re unable to work due to your condition, as well as medical records and other documents you may have forgotten to include with your initial application.

Reapply Today 

If your social security and disability claim was recently denied, all is not lost. You do have options, and with a good attorney on your side, you’ll increase the likelihood of the original denial being overturned. Contact Fetterman & Associates today at (561) 449-2372 to schedule a consultation to discuss the specifics of your claim.

The 4 Most Common Causes of Limo Accidents

A limo accident can have devastating effects, both physically and psychologically. What started out as a fun adventure can quickly turn into a tragedy that affects passengers, pedestrians, and other motorists.  If you have been injured in a limo accident, here are some of the most common causes, as well as how each may affect your ability to file a claim.

Reason #1 – A Lack of Safety Features

Limo AccidentsGiven the size and structure of limos, most people assume that there are added safety features built in. While this is typically the case, there have been instances of limo companies removing key safety features. In fact, one such instance led to the deaths of four women in New York. Negligent operators will often strip key safety features so that the vehicle can carry more people or move faster.  This is illegal, and if you can prove that the limo you were riding in was lacking certain safety features, you have legal grounds for filing a claim.

Reason #2 – Poor Driver Education

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has established certain guidelines that all limo drivers must follow. Unfortunately, poor training is prevalent in the industry and many drivers never develop the proper skills needed to safely operate a limo. Others fail to follow the FMCSA’s guidelines. Both can have serious, and sometimes even fatal, consequences.

Reason #3 – Driver Impairment

Drunk driving is already a major problem in the United States. It’s an even bigger problem when the driver also happens to be transporting passengers. A responsible operator will never allow an impaired driver to get behind the wheel. If your limo accident was caused as a result of your driver being intoxicated or under the influence of a controlled substance, it is important to contact a Personal Injury Attorney Port St. Lucie as quickly as possible.

Reason #4 – Other Driving Issues

The same issues that affect you when you’re driving can also affect a limo driver. Distractions, such as loud music or texting while driving, can lead to an accident. So too can fatigue. On busy weekends and during major events, many limo drivers work longer hours than they are legally allowed to work, which can result in tragedy. If you see that your driver is drowsy or otherwise distracted, contact the limo company and request another driver. If you have, unknowingly, entered a limo with a tired or distracted driver, document your experience as best as you can by taking pictures and/or videos to substantiate your claim.

Filing Your Claim

Gathering evidence is the first step in filing a claim after a limo accident. And since limo companies are required to install cameras so they can oversee both their drivers and passengers, the process is not always as difficult as it might seem, especially if there are also witnesses who can be called upon.

The personal injury attorneys at Fetterman & Associates are well versed in handling the in’s and out’s of limo accidents. If you or someone you love was recently involved in a limo accident, contact us today at (561) 449-2372 to discuss the circumstances surrounding your accident, as well as your potential legal options.

3 Steps You Need to Take Immediately Following a Burn Injury

Despite all of our technology and safety standards, there are still many things that could lead to a burn injury. In fact, over 480,000 people experience such an injury every year in the United States alone. And according to the World Health Organization, burns account for about 180,000 deaths per year.

Depending on the severity of a burn, the moments immediately following the injury are critical, especially since serious burns can have life-threatening consequences. If you or someone you love sustains a burn, here are the 3 steps you need to take next.

1. Assess the Burn

Burn injury LawyerFirst and foremost, get away from the source of the burn as quickly as possible. When you’re in a safe location, assess the burn as best you can. If your injuries are too severe, protect the area as best as you can and wait for help to arrive.

If you can, examine the burn to see how it affects your skin. A first-degree burn will cause swelling and redness. The same goes for second-degree burns, but you’ll also notice blisters. Third-degree burns are the most serious and usually involve charred flesh. Chemical burns may have other effects on your skin and should be treated with extreme caution.

2. Take Action

The actions that you take next will depend on the severity of the burn.

With first-degree burns, run cold water over the burn for at least ten minutes. Do not use ice or any creamy substances, such as butter. These may chill the burn, but they can cause issues of their own. You can often take care of these minor types of burns on your own. Apply a clean dressing and avoid popping any blisters that may form. Redress the wound regularly to keep it clean, which will reduce the risk of infection.

Second and third-degree burns present bigger problems. A second-degree burn with a diameter of 3 inches or more is a “major” burn. Third-degree burns also fall under the “major” category. Getting medical assistance is your first priority with these types of burns. Call 911 and follow the instructions you receive to the best of your ability. Also, don’t try to remove any clothing that is stuck to your skin. Doing so can open up further wounds and increase the likelihood of an infection developing.

If your face or eyes are burned, move to an open area and sit up. This helps to reduce swelling and can make it easier to breathe.

3. Start Looking Towards the Future

Depending on the extent of your injuries, you will need some time to heal. Listen to your doctor’s recommendations to prevent infection. If your burns were caused by a fire, spend as much time in the fresh air as possible to help your lungs heal from potential smoke damage.

Also, as you begin the healing process, begin to evaluate your future. Will the injury you sustained affect your future? And if so, how? Was your injury the result of someone else’s mistake or oversight? If so, you may be eligible to file a claim for your medical treatment, as well as loss of income.

Contact the Fetterman & Associates Law Team today at (561) 449-2372 to arrange a free consultation to discuss the specifics regarding what happened, as well as explore potential legal options that may be available to you.

How to Avoid Personal Injury by Choosing the Right Car Seat

There is nothing more terrifying than the injury of your child. To prevent our children from being injured in automobile accidents, we use approved Florida car seats. Unfortunately, some of these car seats are poorly produced and ill-prepared for an actual crash.

Personal Injury AttorneyIf your child has been injured in an accident despite using a car seat, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact an experienced Personal Injury Lawyer Port St. Lucie at Fetterman & Associates for assistance and representation. We care deeply about the health and safety of your family. Call our office at (561)-845-2510 for a free case evaluation.

Florida Law

According to state law, when riding in an automobile:

  • Children five or younger must be secured in a federally-approved child restraint system at all times.
  • Children three or younger must use a separate car seat (unless the vehicle has a built-in child seat).
  • Children four and five must sit in a separate car seat, a built-in child seat, or a seat belt. This depends on the child’s height and weight.

In addition to these laws, all children between the ages of six and 18 must wear seat belts. The “supervising adult” is responsible for ensuring these rules are followed. Failure may result in a fine and points against your license.

The Four Types of Car Seats

There are four major types of car seats, including prenatal, rear-facing, front-facing, and booster.

  • Prenatal – Uses seat belt adjustments to protect an unborn baby.
  • Rear-Facing – Designed for babies and toddlers. These car seats may be inconvenient, but they are ultimately safer for your child’s head, neck, and back.
  • Front-Facing – Designed for toddlers and young children. Ideally, children will be kept in these car seats until they reach five or six years of age. However, other signs you child is ready for a booster seat include surpassing height and weight restrictions or shoulders growing beyond the top harness.
  • Booster Seat – Designed for children too large for a front-facing car seat, but too small for a traditional seat belt.

Properly Installing and Using a Car Seat

Using your Florida car seat properly is essential. Read instructions carefully and ensure the harness fits correctly. The harness should be snug, allowing a single finger underneath. Avoid covers or positioners that are not sold with the car seat. They could become a hazard in the event of an accident.

When you choose the right car seat for your child – and install that car seat properly – you protect yourself from blame should the car seat fail. Instead, you’ll be able to hold the manufacturer responsible for damage done to your family.

Contact an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney for Representation

If your child has been injured in an automobile accident despite wearing an approved Florida car seat, contact an experienced personal injury attorney for representation at Fetterman & Associates. Our team is dedicated to the well-being of your family. We’ll complete paperwork, meet deadlines, and simplify the process – giving you time to focus on what matters most. Call (561)-845-2510.

Invokana – Dangerous Side Effects and Class Action Lawsuits

Johnson & Johnson, a producer of family-friendly products like baby powder and shampoo, has produced more than one dangerous drug. Recently, an Invokana lawsuit rocked the company, claiming it failed to warn users of DKA (diabetic ketoacidosis), pancreatitis, bone fractures, and other risky side effects.

If you or a loved one has experienced dangerous side effects after taking Invokana, contact an experienced Florida personal injury attorney at Fetterman & Associates. We care deeply about your health and financial well-being. With a successful track record, we’ll focus on meeting deadlines while you focus on you. Call (561)-845-2510 to learn more.

What is Invokana?

Invokana is an SGLT2 inhibitor. In simpler terms, Invokana is a drug approved by the FDA to treat low blood sugar in adults with type-2 diabetes. It’s the first of four SGLT2 inhibitors in the United States.

Florida personal injury attorneySGLT2 inhibitors block the sodium/glucose cotransporter 2 protein. This protein usually helps reabsorb glucose into the bloodstream. Inhibitors prevent reabsorption and instead cause glucose to be expelled in the urine, ultimately controlling blood sugar.

Patients are expected to maintain a healthy lifestyle while taking Invokana. However, this can become difficult when dangerous side effects get involved.

Possible Side Effects

After approving Invokana, the FDA warned consumers that SGLT2 inhibitors could lead to a condition known as DKA, known for causing excessive acid levels in the bloodstream.

Symptoms of DKA include:

  • Trouble Breathing
  • Nausea
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Vomiting
  • Dry Skin
  • Sleepiness
  • Confusion
  • Difficulty Concentrating

If you’ve experienced any of these symptoms after taking Invokana, see a physician right away.

Other serious side effects include lower body amputation, bone fractures, kidney failure, and acute pancreatitis. Here are some important facts to note:

  • Diabetes often causes severe foot problems due to poor circulation and nerve damage. One study found that those who took Invokana required leg and foot amputations twice as often as those who took a placebo.
  • In 2016, the FDA concluded that people who take Invokana have a higher risk of severe kidney damage and renal failure than their counterparts.
  • Finally, researchers found that taking Invokana can lead to inflammation of the pancreas. This condition, albeit rare, can lead to a variety of health complications, including death.

Class Action Lawsuits

Hundreds of Invokana lawsuits have been filed against Janssen Pharmaceuticals (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson), claiming the company misrepresented the side effects of Invokana and allowed patients to take the drug without understanding the possible repercussions.

All drugs come with some form of risk. Consumers should not, however, need to worry about amputation, kidney failure, and death when treating diabetes. As such, the wave of Invokana lawsuits will continue to grow.

Contact an Experienced Florida Personal Injury Attorney for Representation

If you or a loved one has experienced dangerous side effects after taking Invokana, contact an experienced Florida personal injury attorney at Fetterman & Associates by calling (561)-845-2510. Our team is dedicated to your health and well-being. We’ll complete essential paperwork, answer important questions, and meet deadlines – giving you time to focus on your recovery.

Essential Motorcycle Safety Tips

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. Motorcycle-related deaths have risen significantly since 2000. This is not surprising, given that motorcycle ownership is at an all-time high.  At Fetterman & Associates, we know that all too often, motorcyclists are on the losing end of a motorcycle/car crash. We remind drivers to start seeing motorcycles!

Motorcycle Crash Statistics

In 2015 alone, almost 5,000 motorcycle riders and passengers were killed in Motorcycle Safety Tipscrashes.  Furthermore, 88,000 suffered nonfatal injuries.  While motorcycles only make up 3 % of registered vehicles, motorcyclists account for 14 % of all traffic fatalities in the United States.In 2015, speeding was a factor in about a third of motorcycle crash fatalities. In 2014, alcohol impairment was a factor in almost a third of all fatalities in motorcycle cases.

Car Drivers Don’t See Motorcycles

Most of the time, when motorcycles and cars collide, the driver of the car is the one violating the motorcyclist’s right of way, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Association (NHTSA). Some of the factors cited for motor vehicle drivers overlooking motorcycles include:

  • Because motorcyclists make up a relatively small portion of the drivers on the road, motor vehicle drivers aren’t used to seeing them;
  • Motorcycles are smaller targets, and may be obscured more easily;
  • Drivers don’t anticipate the movement of motorcyclists; and
  • Drivers of cars can be distracted due to texting, talking with passengers, or other distracted driving conduct.

Of note, studies show that people who ride motorcycles, as well as people who have family and close friends who ride, are less likely to get into accidents with motorcyclists. Scientists believe this is because these motorists have a heightened awareness of the dangers their loved ones’ face.  This fact suggests all motorists could be trained to increase their awareness of motorcycles.

Re-Entry Riders are at Risk

“Re-Entry Riders,” those who ride motorcycles in the 20s and have decided to begin riding again in their late 40s to 60s may find additional challenges. The traffic patterns have increased in the past 20 to 40 years. There are more distracted drivers on the road.  These factors may contribute to the fact riders 50 years of age and older comprised 35 % of all motorcycle fatalities in 2015.  Returning to motorcycle riding is not “just like riding a bike.”  Old skills must be re-learned, and riders must also be committed to learning new skills each time they ride.  A good motorcyclist recognizes there is always room for improvement and learning opportunities.

If You Have Been Injured

As a motorcyclist, if you have been injured in a crash, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.  This could include lost wages, past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, and even replacement of your motorcycle, depending on the circumstances of your accident.  However, there is a time limit on filing a claim. Don’t wait and wonder. Contact Fetterman & Associates to discuss your accident, your injuries, and your plans for the future. The call is free. We meet with potential clients at no cost.  Additionally, we don’t charge a fee unless we win your case.  You have nothing to lose.  Call us today.

What to Do If You Slip, Trip, and Fall: 4 Easy Steps

Unfortunately, sometimes people slip on something, or trip on something, and this often results in a fall.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (CDC) an older American falls once every second of the day.  Falls are the leading cause of both injury and death amongst older Americans, however, anyone can sustain serious injury, or even death, from a fall.  At Fetterman & Associates, we hope you will never need an attorney for a slip and fall case, but if you do, here are some steps you should take.

Assess and Address Your Injuries

If you slip, trip, or fall, take a moment to assess your injuries.  Common injuries from falls include:Slip and fall injury

  • Head injuries;
  • Broken bones;
  • Spinal cord injuries;
  • Sprains;
  • Torn muscles;
  • Cuts and abrasions; and
  • Shoulder dislocation.

Before you even attempt to get up, perform a mental scan of your body.  Where does it hurt?  Does anything appear broken or bruised?  Can you stand on your own.  Even if you are uncertain about the extent of an injury, seek medical assistance as soon as possible.  Do not assume you can “walk it off” or that your pain will go away.

Report Your Fall

Whether you are at the mall, in the parking lot of the library, or at a friend’s house, if you sustain injury because you slipped, tripped, or fell, make certain to report this to the manager, landlord, or owner of the property.  If there is a hazard such as standing water, a loose rug, or other slip or trip danger, this should also be documented.  If you are at a business, including on government property, ask that a written report be created, and ask for a copy of the report.

Document, Document, Document

If you are not in need of emergency medical assistance, take a moment to document the scene of your fall.  This includes taking pictures of the scene, if possible.  You should note any hazards you observe.  Document the name of the person you reported your fall to.  Document all your doctor’s visits, recommended treatments, and physical therapy you undergo.

Contact a Lawyer

Any time you sustain injury, you may have a lawsuit.  Contact a lawyer if you sustain injuries in a slip, trip, or fall.  You may be entitled to compensation, however, you have only a limited time in which to file your claim.  Do not delay in seeking legal advice.

If You Have Been Injured in a Fall

If you have been injured in a fall, or if you have lost a loved one in a fall, know that you have rights.  You may be entitled to compensation for your injuries.  Florida law has strict requirements for what an injured party must establish in a slip and fall case, so gathering information at the time of the fall can be critical.  Contact Fetterman & Associates to discuss your injuries.  Our legal team, including our lawyers, investigators, case managers, and paralegals will work with you to determine if you have a legitimate cause of action. There is no fee for this consultation.  Additionally, if we take your case, there is no fee unless we win.  Call us today at (561) 845-2510.

Safe Driving: 6 Proactive Steps You Can Take

safe drivingThe Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) offers tips to commercial drivers regarding driver safety.  However, commercial drivers aren’t the only ones who can benefit from this advice.  Below are six proactive steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones on the road.  At Fetterman & Associates, we hope you are never in a car crash.  Following this advice won’t be able to stop every car crash, however, it can make a difference.

Expect the Unexpected

As you drive, expect the unexpected.  Scan ahead about a quarter mile down the road if you are on the interstate.  When driving in the city, scan one to two blocks ahead of you, looking for issues.  This includes:

  • unanticipated road conditions, such as work zones;
  • evidence another driver is distracted, such as a car that is weaving within a lane, or drifting from one lane to another;
  • slowing traffic; and
  • other dangers or problems.

By scanning the road for the unexpected, you will be better prepared to handle any unexpected issues.

Signal Before You Move

Whether you are changing lanes or turning, use your signal to let others know you are changing course.  Give other drivers on the road plenty of notice about your plans.  It doesn’t cost anything to turn your blinker on.  Using your blinker not only alerts those behind you, but also vehicles that are approaching you intend to divert from your path.

Slow Down

Speeding is dangerous.  Particularly in work zones, where lanes can change in unpredictable ways, be mindful of your speed.  When the weather is dangerous, such as during a rainstorm, you should also reduce your speed.

Keep Your Vehicle Properly Maintained

Make sure you comply with the manufacturer’s recommendations for car maintenance.  Your life may literally depend on the quality of your tires and/or your brakes.  Make sure your car is well maintained.

Wear Your Seat Belt

This cannot be stressed enough.  Wearing your seatbelt protects you in a crash.  Even if you are the most careful driver in the state of Florida, this won’t protect you from injury or even death if another person crashes into your car at a high rate of speed.  Seat belts save lives.

Pay Attention

Put your phone away.  Eat before you leave or after you arrive.  Plan your route prior to departure.  When you are driving, make sure you give driving your full attention.  Distracted driving kills.

If You Have Been Hurt in a Car Crash

If you have been hurt in a car crash, contact the Law Team at Fetterman & Associates.  At Fetterman & Associates, we are committed to providing comprehensive legal representation.  Our clients meet with attorneys directly – no middle man relaying your case to an attorney on your behalf.  If you are recovering from your injuries and can’t come into the office, we will dispatch our mobile office, sending an attorney directly to you.  We have an in house investigative team and experienced support staff.  You may rest assured your case is in capable hands at Fetterman & Associates.  Call us for a free consultation at (561) 845-2510 today.

The Challenges of Drugged Driving Personal Injury Claims

A recent major survey found that in 2016, 11.8 million people 16  years of age or older were guilty of drugged driving. The problem with drugged driving – defined as operating a vehicle while impaired by a prescription drug or illicit drug – is that it can lead to car accidents and personal injury claims.

Personal Injury ClaimsIn fact, a report by the Governors Highway Safety Association and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility found that in 2015, 43 percent of drivers who died in car accidents had positive tests for drugs, versus 37 percent who tested positive for alcohol. Fetterman Law & Associates believes that it’s important you understand the dangers of drugged driving to better protect yourself from an accident that can lead to a personal injury case.

The Dangers of Drugged Driving

Drug-impaired driving is challenging to regulate, because there are hundreds of different drugs that can cause impairment, and many of these drugs are legal, which means that with alcohol, state officials can’t keep those drugs off the streets.

Worse yet, while studies on how alcohol affects drivers have arrived at some common conclusions, studies on drug impairment have not reached a consensus. The reason is that people react differently to different drugs, so it’s hard to predict how drivers who use drugs will react when they are behind the wheel.

For example, some people can smoke marijuana for several hours and drive without any sign of impairment, while others who do the same thing will show obvious signs of impairment.

The other problem is that marijuana is one of the most common drugs people use before they drive. The challenge, however, is that states have no established a standard for what amount of marijuana in a driver’s blood constitutes impairment.

Police officers who pull over a driver on suspicion of being impaired and discover the driver may be impaired by marijuana must perform the standardized sobriety test for alcohol. However, alcohol impairment and drug impairment are not an apples-to-apples comparison, making it difficult for officers to know how much marijuana contributed to a person’s impairment. Some states have adopted what is known as ‘presumed’ impairment using a blood test that measures the amount of THC (the main chemical in cannabis), and comparing it to a chart.

But even that method is not accepted by many courts in the U.S., and while scientists are working on a standardized blood and breath test for marijuana, it is still years away.

Contact a West Palm Beach Personal Injury Attorney After A Drugged Driving Accident

If a driver impaired by prescription drugs or illicit drugs caused your personal injury claim, and you don’t feel as if you are getting the proper consideration from the other party’s insurance company, it’s important that you hire an experienced law firm to represent you. Experience and prior success are two big indicators that a firm can handle complex cases. Please contact Fetterman & Associates at 561-845-2510 to schedule a case evaluation.

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