Fort Lee, NJ – Multiple Injuries In DUI Crash At Maple St & Linwood AveNew Jersey Legal News
Fort Lee, NJ (November 6, 2019) – A Ridgewood man was taken into custody under various charges, including DUI, after causing a three-vehicle collision on Tuesday, October 22nd. The driver was reportedly driving a Toyota SUV when he crashed his vehicle at the intersection of Maple Street and Linwood Avenue. The driver has been identified as Neil Teresinski, 36.
Teresinski and others involved in the accident were hospitalized following the crash. Teresinski was reportedly over five times the legal blood alcohol content limit.
This story is still developing. An investigation into the accident is being managed by local authorities.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
New Jersey Drunk Driving Crashes
Someone is killed by a drunk driver in the United States every 51 minutes. Despite strong laws against drunk driving and an awareness of its risks, these collisions happen all too frequently. Nearly 31 percent of all fatal collisions each year involve a drunk driver.
In 2015, 118 crashes in the garden state involved a drunk driver. Intoxicated motorists are actively putting others in danger due to their negligent actions. In some cases, victims are able to partner with an experienced New Jersey motor vehicle attorney to regain lost compensation.
At Brady, Brady, & Reilly, LLC, we specialize in bringing reckless drivers to justice. We can help maximize your deserved compensation. Give us a call today at (201) 997-0030 to see how we can help with your case.
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