Since it's formation in 1980, Mothers Against Drunk Driving has made leaps in the education of Americans about drunk driving. Even today there are more and more studies and statistics available to highlight the dangers. From Whatcom County lawyer Bill Coats, here is a summary of statistics on drunk driving.
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Drunk people are not known for their rational abilities. Even the most reasonable person when sober can become a very different personality when drunk. It can be difficult to convince someone who has been drinking to not drive. From Bellingham car accident lawyer Bill Coats' blog post on ways to avoid a DUI, included are tips on how to talk to a drunk people who want to drive.
Raise for Rowyn - Non-profit foundation providing financial assistance to families in the Tenino area who have lost a child
Legal Assistance by Whatcom (LAW) Advocates is a non-profit organization which interviews and refers eligible low-income Whatcom County residents to a panel of local attorneys, who volunteer their time to provide free or low cost civil legal help. A family law staff attorney provides help in domestic violence cases. Interpreter services are available on site.
The Whatcom County Bar Association (WCBA) draws its members from the legal community in and around Bellingham, Washington. WCBA exists to promote the administration of justice, to cultivate goodwill among its members and the community, and to support the continuing education goals of its members.
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