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New Jersey DWI Lawyer Evan Levow of Levow & Associates, P.A., weighs in on the National Transportation Safety Board recommendation to drop the blood alcohol content level that constitutes
About 35 percent of designated drivers leave the bar with some alcohol in their bloodstream, according to a new study from the University of Florida.
RetirementRoadster.com finance and lifestyle magazine remarks on the collapse of a Washington bridge as a result of a Vancouver trucker colliding with its support beams, and petitions the NTSB
Auto Accident Attorney Jason Waechter discusses the NTSB's proposed changes to the legal blood-alcohol limit for all drivers in the United States. Southfield,
According to the Los Angeles Times, the National Transportation Safety Board has requested that the government use incentives to convince states to lower the allowable blood alcohol content (BAC)
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has recommended that states reduce the allowable blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent in an attempt to reduce the number of alcohol-related traffic deaths.
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