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Florida law also permits the recovery of damages by those who are injured in connection with a drunk driving accident. This right extends not only to the individual(s) involved in the traffic accident but also, in some cases, to family members directly impacted.
With more than 50,000 drivers added monthly, it would make sense that more people are using Uber to be more responsible while on the road. However, a recent study by researchers at Oxford University and the University of Southern California showed that the service has yet to reduce drunk driving.
Recently, Mothers Against Drunk Drivers held their first-ever DUI Symposium in Atlanta. The symposium was developed to offer support for DUI victims and crash survivor families. The invited speakers discussed a range of topics including victim compensation, the Memorial Sign Program, prosecution, and prevention. Learn more here about the symposium.
In March of 2016, the State of Georgia expanded its legislation regarding ignition interlock devices, thereby improving safety for the public. Read more here about this crucial new law that will help get drunk drivers off the road.
Yuma’s annual Cinco de Mayo Mas Uno block party is a great opportunity to enjoy traditional food and entertainment while exploring the downtown shops and restaurants. Many people will also be indulging in margaritas, beers and other tequila enhanced beverages, so how do you stay safe on the roads during the holiday?
This year’s car show is expected to be the biggest yet with over 200 vehicles registered and larger crowds than ever before. These larger crowds naturally mean that there is a higher risk of a person being injured.
To help reduce your risks of injury and increase your chances of a safe and festive Cinco de Mayo, follow these tips...
Unlike the owners of those fictional establishments, bar and nightclub owners in Texas and around the nation actually have a legal obligation to try to keep their patrons as safe as possible.
From a purely technical standpoint, there is no simple answer to the question of just how much alcohol a person can drink without being considered too impaired to drive. There is, however, an easy answer with respect to what the law says on the matter. Go here to learn more about this important issue.
A stunning 31% of all the traffic deaths in the United States were involving people who drove while they were intoxicated. That’s no less than 10,000 persons a year or 28 a day! Driving while intoxicated is commonly known as DUI (driving under the influence), but in some states it’s also referred to as DWI (driving while intoxicated), OWI (operating while impaired) and OVI (operating a vehicle under the influence). This is not only very deadly, but also illegal in all 50 states.
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