Sorry to hear about your situation mate.Read though a lot of the posts and some helpful information, wondering if any one can offer any advice or help who have gone through similar.
Involved in a RTI, blew a 41 roadside. I was taken to hospital so blood tests taken.
Independent analysis result is 74mg/100ml so below the limit. Solicitor has presented this to the police investigation and advised they may use my results as it saves time & money.
Currently Waiting on the police investigation & possible blood analysis, this can take up to 6 months.
My insurance is with admiral who are currently investigating and I am awaiting the outcome. As my blood alcohol limit was below the 80mg, I may not be charged with DD pending police results. I am hoping my policy will he be valid, however reading on here there seems to be variables. the roadside breath test is non-evidential in court so I assume they will have to consider the blood results.
Looking at a costly poor decision on my part to drive after having a drink if I am required to pay for car (write off) 3rd party damage and recovery costs + any legal costs.
Any one experienced similar?
There's a lot of support on this forum. I was in a collision and crashed into three vehicles in march 2021. Admiral have told me a figure laid out to third parties but still waiting for them to recover the costs from me. The figure is currently around £8000, and this will mostly be for restructuring a van that was badly damaged.
Some people here have heard after about 11 months to settle up; others after 2 years, others haven't heard back at all.
Was it your own vehicle you wrote off?
Good luck with it all and remember all the bad feelings will pass before you know it