I was in an accident involving no other cars, and no ticket was issued. However, the hospital found in the blood work that I was over the legal limit. Are the police or auto insurance adjustors given that information?
I do not practice in MO, but I may offer some general advice. In WI, hospitals are actually required by law to send such results to the arresting agency. MO may have a similar law.
Your auto insurance will likely only find out if you are charged with DUI.
I suggest you consult with local, experienced DUI defense attorneys immediately. Do not delay as evidence may be lost. You may find an attorney who suits your needs via the National College for DUI Defense: www.ncdd.com. Most initial consultations are free. So, you have nothing to lose at first.
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