You don’t need to be Irish to celebrate the festivities on St. Patrick’s Day. The holiday brings a welcome splash of green to a snowy landscape, and is synonymous with green beer, wild parties, and gathering with friends and strangers from morning ‘til night.
But for some, the revelry is literally short-lived. Over the past five years, more than 275 Americans have lost their lives as a result from drunk driving accidents on St. Patrick’s Day—or about 55 people over the course of this single 24-hour period each year.
Whether March 17 is a celebration of your heritage or just another Tuesday, here are a few ways all people can stay safe from a drunk driving accident:
If you have been arrested on DUI charges on St. Patrick’s Day, we can help. Our attorneys know the legal statutes and proof necessary to make charges stick, and may be able to get your case dismissed. To find out what the right attorney can do for you, contact Zimmer, Duncan and Cole, LLP today at 888-733-2992.
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