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Impaired Drivers Can Cause More Injuries over the HolidaysBy Pyle Law, December 21 2020 7:05 pm
The holidays provide us with a much-needed break and the opportunity to enjoy one another’s company, but they also mean that there are a greater number of impaired drivers on our roads. Impaired drivers are dangerous drivers who are responsible for some of the deadliest traffic accidents.
The holidays are traditionally a time to celebrate with family and friends. While most of us will be doing this in a more socially distant way this year, there are a few constants that we can count on, and one of them is that the holidays and celebratory drinks go hand and hand. In fact, serious accidents caused by impaired drivers increase significantly around the holidays, and this year is not expected to be any different in this regard.
If an impaired driver leaves you injured over the holidays, it’s in your best interest to work closely with an experienced Kansas car accident attorney.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shares some significant statistics regarding impaired driving during the holiday season, including:
Keep in mind that accidents caused by impaired driving are completely preventable, and always make your own best choices.
There are specific steps you can take to help ensure the safety of everyone on our roads this holiday season, including:
2020 has been, by all accounts, a difficult year, and the holidays this year could prove especially problematic (in relation to impaired driving). Make it your mission to help everyone stay safe out there.
If an impaired driver leaves you or someone you love injured this holiday season, the dedicated Kansas car accident attorney at Pyle Law is well-positioned to help. Our resourceful legal team has reserves of experience guiding claims like yours toward favorable resolutions, and we’re here to help you, too. To learn more, please don’t hesitate to contact us online or call us at 620-374-9299 today.