Depending on your girlfriend's injuries (and yours) you have a great personal injury case. It does not matter that he is a cop. My law partner prosecutes personal injury cases. 1-877-996-6849 http://www.WinThatCase.com
You were drunk, underage, and caused an accident. Unless you beat the charges (and I mean dismissal) you can likely kiss your dream of becoming a pharmacist goodbye. Have your parents retain for you the best lawyer money can buy. Best of luck.
"No accident" = irrelevant
"First offense" = irrelevant
"Clean criminal record" = irrelevant
"Was very compliant with the officer" = you should not have been. You should have kept your mouth shut, not answered questions, and asked for a lawyer.
"He told me..." = NEVER take legal advice from a cop. They are not lawyers. and, they arrested you.
"Blew a .11 at the station" = just confessed by virtue of your BAC
"Still cant help but worry" = you should worry; you are in a lot of trouble and...
Everyone else goes through the system, shows up for court, takes their punishment, and gets on with their lives. You on the other hand decided to go rogue, and now, 9 years later when they finally catch you, you want a free pass because you have a job and have not been in any trouble. It does not work that way, because people are supposed to work and not commit crimes. You are facing either 1 year on the plea or 2 years of you are found guilty after trial on both charges. If you want to risk...
Your lawyer is likely withdrawing because likely you have no case. You need 2 things for a personal injury lawsuit - liability and a minimum quantum of provable injuries, called "damages." Without those 2 prongs, putting a case in suit would be a waste of time. That another lawyer dropped a case is a red flag to the next lawyer to stay away. Since your lawyer dropped the case you can contact the insurance company pro se and see about settling.