Car crash news
05/02/2008

6am car accident painter gets 16-month ban

A Lancashire court has banned a painter and decorator from driving after he was found to be twice over the legal limit for alcohol in the bloodstream when he was in a 6am car crash.

The driver's lawyer stated that the accident had been shown to have been caused by mechanical failure in his car, but the driver still pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol. He admitted drinking the night before, but had believed that his alcohol levels would have been back within the legal levels when he began driving.

While no personal injury is recorded in the crash, the punishment - a £150 fine, plus costs and the victims' surcharge, and a 16-month driving ban - means that the driver is likely to lose his newly-started painting and decorating business as a result of the drink-driving car accident.

 

 

 
Home
Motorbike accident
Accident guides
Recovery store locator
Contact us
Search
 

Biker's Protection 365, Motorbike accident

 
Car accident online chat
 
 
Free legal advice
Name:
Email:
Telephone:
A brief description of
accident and injuries:

How did you find us?

Type the text into the field below:
United Kingdom residents only
 
 
Claims Standard Council

HomePrivacy | Personal injury news |  Sitemap | Articles | Resources

webmaster@wheelsatonce.com

*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.