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INJURED IN A DRUNK DRIVING ACCIDENT? OUR ATTORNEYS ARE HERE TO REPRESENT YOU.
Every Day Thirty People in the United States are Killed Due to Drunk Driving Accidents!
More often than not, and as devastating as it is, there are still some people across the country who selfishly decide that they’d like to get drunk and drive down a public road endangering the other motorists in the process.
The criminal consequence of this action seems to not be much of a deterrent for these folks, it’s the legal ramifications we’re focusing on.
Click Below & Read Through the Drunk Driving accident laws in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia:
In North Carolina, it’s illegal for any human being to drive a vehicle while noticeably impaired by or with an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or higher. If you’re a commercial motor vehicle driver, a limit of 0.04 is too much to drive, and you should stay off the road.
Contact Experienced Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys!
Over 10,000 Lives Per Year are Lost Due to Drunk Driving!
According to the NHTSA, over 50% of all fatal highway crashes that involve two or more motor vehicles are directly alcohol-related, and over 65% of fatal single-car crashes are also alcohol-related.
Please do not drink and drive. If you’re drunk, it’s never right to get behind the wheel of a car – if you or someone you love is struggling with drinking, please click here for more information.
There are so many ways to prevent a drunk driving accident from happening, and it’s important that everyone is educated on how to stop these horrible tragedies from taking place.
Local, Experienced Drunk Driving Accident Attorneys!
Marcari, Russotto, Spencer, and Balaban will proudly represent any individuals that have been involved in a personal injury matter, all across the Carolinas and Virginia. Call us toll-free today at (855) 435-7247, or contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer, and Balaban online to schedule your free consultation.
Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, meaning that until your case is resolved, and you’ve received your financial compensation, you don’t have to pay legal fees.