Category: Drunk Driving

December 9, 2013

CT teens arrested for letting friend drive drunk in fatal car accident brings up interesting debate about how responsible friends should be for another’s drinking and driving Believe it or not, if you allow someone else to drive drunk, you could be held accountable. At least in Connecticut.  Over the weekend the news broke about …

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December 2, 2013

December is National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month December is a time of celebrating family tradition and holiday parties, most of which are centered around lots of food and drink. Sometimes too much drink. Not to spoil the fun, but as an injury attorney who helps people in car accidents – many caused by …

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October 2, 2013

Today I want to share a powerful video about drinking and driving, telling the truth, and facing consequences. This is Matthew Cordle, a young man who had a drinking problem and hit and killed another man named Vincent Canzani in a June 2013 car accident. He was drunk driving. Matthew’s video is his confession, despite …

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December 27, 2012

Learn what the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning is doing to prevent drunk driving car accidents over the holidays Our attorneys have been blogging a lot lately about safe driving around the holidays, and preventing car accidents caused by drunk driving. Today we wanted to share with you some helpful information from the Michigan …

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December 12, 2012

Learn about  BAC levels that constitute drunk and buzzed driving Many people still think that it’s okay to drive if they just are “buzzed.” They differentiate in their minds between having a couple drinks and being drunk.  It they have a “buzz,” then they think  it’s still okay to drive home. This is a horrible …

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December 3, 2012

What you need to know during National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month With all of the parties and celebrations, drunk and drugged driving is especially prevalent during the holidays. But no one wants to have a tragedy over the holiday season. For this reason, December is National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month. This …

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June 7, 2012

Proposed House Bills 4993 and 5587-5589 are huge boondoggle to Michigan auto insurance companies at the expense of taxpayers This week, I blogged about House Bills 4993 and 5587-5589, which would ban drunk drivers, felons and illegal immigrant drivers from receiving Michigan No-Fault benefits if they’re hurt in an auto accident. Yesterday I was interviewed …

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June 4, 2012

Why these laws are a really bad idea by Michigan House Republicans The House Republicans in Michigan have a really bad idea. Let’s take one part discrimination, add a pinch of stupidity, and sprinkle liberally with greed and it gives us the recipe to some of the worst proposed legislation (and politics) I’ve ever read. …

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July 22, 2011

Statistics on drunk driving car accidents in Macomb County, from our auto attorneys I’ve been writing about the latest Michigan drunk driving statistics. I’ve been focusing on this topic because drunk driving fatalities occur the most during Michigan summers, especially in the month of July. These statistics come from a list of drunk driving car …

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