Each holiday, I like to remind all of the dangers of drinking and driving and the tragic consequences that are simply unnecessary. With the Fourth of July in the middle of the week this year, many people are turning the week into a vacation and we have already been contacted in this past week to handle two drunk driving matters involving head-on collisions.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) most recent analysis of figures, in 2010, more than 10,000 people died in alcohol-impaired driving crashes or one every 51 minutes statistically. We believe that number should be 0.

We have personally witnessed far too many people injured by drunk drivers and lives altered horribly – and permanently. Let someone else drive. Be safe.

You can contact us here 24/7/365 (and we really mean that as we will answer our phone) if you have any questions and to learn how we may be able to help you in the unfortunate event of a drunk driving accident that caused you or your family or friends injuries – in particular, you will find that we listen, take your phone calls and e-mails (and even text messages!). We would be honored to help you with your matters – large or small.

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