The 4th of July And Drinking
The 4th of July is a great time to have a party with your family and friends. All over the country people will be going to fireworks shows and throwing barbecues. Here in Denver, people will celebrate at sporting events with the Rockies and the Rapids, and at shows in various places, including Red Rocks. Although it has been dry and there are wild fires around the state, there will also be municipal fireworks shows in various cities across the state. One thing that everyone needs to do is to be sure that they do everything possible to prevent drunk driving. Law enforcement will be out patrolling for drunk drivers, so in addition to the terrible risk of accidents, drunk drivers will be at greater than normal risk of a DUI.
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It may surprise you to know that the 4th of July is one of the most dangerous holidays of the year for drunk driving. Certainly, many people include a few beers among the day’s revelry. Unfortunately, getting behind the wheel after having a few too many can result in horrible tragedy. Everyone knows that driving after drinking is dangerous, so each of us needs to do what we can to prevent it this holiday. If you are out for the day, make sure that you have a safe way home. If you are hosting the party, make sure that your guests have safe ways home. It’s never a bad idea to offer guests a place to sleep, so that everyone can drive home safely in the morning.
Contact Denver wrongful death attorney John Fuller as soon as possible if you have lost a loved one in a drunk driving accident. When one person’s negligence causes the death of someone else, the surviving family may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, loss of income and companionship. Nothing can replace the person who you lost to this senseless accident, but a Colorado wrongful death claim is one way of seeking justice and holding the drunk driver accountable for his or her actions. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, call John Fuller today at (303)597-4500 or fill out and submit the contact form on this website.