Mobile County Car Accident Caused by A Driver Under the Influence of Drugs

An Irvington, Alabama (Mobile County) car wreck has sent a pregnant woman and her 2 small children to the hospital. Initial reports indicate the at fault driver of the other vehicle was under the influence of drugs (DUI). The Mobile County car accident caused the young mother to go into labor and the baby had to be delivered by c-section at the hospital, because the mother fractured her pelvis in the accident. The decision on whether to criminally charge the at fault driver will likely be made once blood work is returned. Most often when people think of someone driving under the influence (DUI) they think of someone driving under the influence of alcohol; however, many drivers on Alabama’s state highways and interstates are endangering the lives of others by driving under the influence of legal and illegal narcotics. As Mobile injury attorneys, its sadden us to see the tragic result that too often occurs when someone is driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. For more information on how to prevent drunk driving accidents, visit