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How to Recover if Drunk Driver Refuses Breathalyzer after VA Crash

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Breathalyzer tests are one resource available to police to prove that a driver was drunk at the time of an accident. It can be frustrating and infuriating when a driver, whom you believe to be drunk, refuses to take a Breathalyzer test. However, the driver’s refusal to take the test does not mean that the driver cannot be held accountable for the injuries that he caused.

An Experienced Culpeper Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer Will Look at All the Evidence

A Breathalyzer test is not the only way to prove that a driver was drunk. An experienced attorney may also use the following to prove that another driver’s intoxication caused your injury:

  • Evidence collected by the police at the scene of the crime. This may include photographs and field notes, for example.
  • Information from a toxicologist who is hired to study what happened in your case.
  • Other information from other sources, such as eyewitnesses or hospital medical records.

Our goal is to prove by a preponderance of the evidence what you already know. Specifically, we will work hard to establish that the other driver was drunk at the time of your crash and thereby failed to exercise due care when operating his vehicle. Accordingly, we will fight hard to get you the recovery you deserve for your accident injuries.

Contact a Culpeper Drunk Driving Crash Lawyer Today for More Information

For more information about how to recover damages after a Virginia drunk driving accident, please contact an experienced drunk driving accident lawyer in Culpeper via this website or by calling 540-825-6046 or 800-741-1012.

Andrew Thomas
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Andrew Thomas is an experienced civil litigation attorney in Virginia and is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
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