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We’re less than a week away from the Super Bowl now, and many people are firming up their plans for viewing parties. This article that I stole from the good people at MADD has some good tips for your own Super Bowl party —...more
As we reported last year, Illinois banned texting while driving, effective in January 2010. The law prohibits a person from operating “a motor vehicle on a roadway while using an electronic communication device to compose,...more
If you are planning a night of partying you should also plan a designated driver! Driving in Illinois is considered a privilege, not a right.
Being pulled over for Drinking and Driving is not the same as it was 10 or 20...more
MADD and their sponsor at Demas and Rosenthal, LLP Sacramento Personal Injury Attorneys. were glad to receive news that number of drunk driving fatalities dropped by seven percent in 2009. The positive news was released from...more
The number of car accidents caused by distracted drivers is steadily rising, and the consequences are devastating, resulting in serious physical injuries and even death. Drivers are prone to many distractions—eating,...more
Police often set up sobriety checkpoints for Memorial Day weekend, just as they do for many other holidays, in an effort to reduce the number of intoxicated drivers. As any Maryland DUI lawyer can tell you, Memorial Day...more
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