Car Accident-Repeat Offenders

Car Accidents caused by repeat offenders too often leave behind suffering innocent people. A Clay County man continues to struggle with intense pain and suffering after 93% of his body was burned in a fiery crash. The fiery car crash was caused by a repeat offender driving with a suspended license. While Gavin Conroy the 23-year-old burn victim continues treatment at UF Health’s burn unit in Gainesville the careless driver Clifford Ringer, that caused the crash continued to drive while out on bail with a suspended license.

Ringer was at fault in the crash that left Gavin Conroy fighting for his life. Ringer was charged with driving with a suspended license in a crash with seriously bodily injuries. He was also cited for careless driving. The crash occurred on April 14th in Orange Park at Wells Road and Debarry Avenue. Gavin Conroy was on his way to work when the crash occurred, months later he is still in the hospital with serious injuries.

Car Accident-Repeat offender

Car Accident- Repeat Offender runs red light

Ringer out was out on bond after the fiery crash that left Gavin Conroy fighting for his life. Several months after that crash Riger was stopped for running a red light even though his license was suspended, he seems to have no thought for his victim or the laws that he continues to break. Ringer was handcuffed and led to jail at his court hearing.

Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident Repeat Offenders continue to cause serious Car Wrecks on our roadways. Barnes & Cohen Car Accident Lawyers work hard to help Injured Auto Accident victims every day. We often see Car Accident victims seriously injured by careless drivers often with poor driving records. Research shows a driver’s history of driving offenses can predict the likelihood that they will cause a serious or even a fatal car crash. Florida has passed a new 2022 law “Habitual Traffic Offender” in order to hold drivers with repeat offenses accountable. The Florida Law defines a “Habitual Traffic Offender” as any person that has accumulated the specified number of convictions within a 5-year period.

Car Accident-Repeat Offender

Let’s work together to help prevent serious injuries caused by repeat offenders.

Please wear your seatbelt and drive defensively. Never drive distracted.

If you or your loved one have been injured in an Auto Accident we are here to help. Barnes & Cohen we offer a Free Consultation.

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