Over The Counter Medications and Driving Ability
There are many factors that can adversely affect driving ability that many people are not readily aware of. One such factor is the use of over the counter medications.
Certain over the counter medications can have a similar effect as driving while intoxicated. If you or someone you love has been seriously injured in a car accident caused by someone under the influence of a mind altering medication at the time of the crash, contact the Iowa personal injury attorneys of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. by calling 877-327-2600 to find out about your legal options today.
Common Over the Counter Offenders
The chemistry of every person’s body is unique. While one person may be unaffected by a certain drug, another may find it to be mentally crippling. The only way that you can be 100 percent certain that a drug will not affect your ability to drive is to take the drug at a time when you know you do not have to get behind the wheel and wait to see how you feel. While any drug – even common pain killers – can potentially cause side effects with any person, there are certain drugs that are very likely to alter your state of mind. These include:
- Cold and flu medications
You can never be too safe when it comes to driving. Unfortunately, not all drivers heed this precaution, putting innocent people at risk of injury or death.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident involving a driver who was under the influence of a medication, contact the Iowa personal injury attorneys of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. by calling 877-327-2600.