DRUGGED driving – a rising epidemic in West Virginia

West Virginia has a drug problem. And Harrison County may be as bad as anywhere in the state. Police across the state have noticed one of the consequences of that drug problem – more and more people are driving under the influence of drugs. http://www.wowktv.com/story/27968336/tri-state-sees-an-increase-in-drugged-drivers   Most people hear “DUI” and think about drunk drivers. However, DUI stands for “driving under the influence” and can include the influence of drugs just as easily as the influence of alcohol. If you see someone on the roadways who is swerving and looks like they might be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, call 9-1-1. And if you or a loved one is injured as a result of someone driving under the influence, call the law firm of Goddard & Wagoner PLLC today. Call 304-623-HELP (4357). We represent accident victims all over West Virginia, southwest Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio.