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No such thing as a drunk-driving ACCIDENT.

November 22, 2011

Our firm has handled many New York motor vehicle crash injury and death cases. We firmly believe there is no such thing as a drunk-driving “accident.” Chance, fortune and luck are some of the words used to define “accident.” One definition of the word mentions that it is a happening that occurs unintentionally and usually results in harm, injury, damage, or loss. We take issue with the unintentional part, when someone mentions an impaired driving “accident.” Why? Because impaired driving is never unintentional. Rather, it is a bad personal choice. When people impaired by alcohol, drugs or medications get behind a motor vehicle’s wheel, they make a choice to put their own lives, as well as the lives of everyone else, in danger. Alcohol and drug related traffic crashes are a major problem in our country. Impaired driving fatality statistics suggest that they account for two of every five traffic fatalities.  The drivers in those incidents (not accidents) recklessly disregard the safety of innocent victims and their families. In representing those victims and families, we are trying to win Civil Justice. We are passionate about this, and that is no accident.


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