Visit us each week to view two minute segments from the ABC noon news featuring Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate Jacquie Palisi. We will be covering a wide range of topics to help keep your family safe. These segments are broadcast on WSB-TV in Atlanta. Research shows that most injuries are preventable through safety education and a little extra care, and we are committed to preventing injuries. Please feel free to share this information with your friends and family, and don't forget to sign up for our Free Safety Alerts and Legal Tips/Updates.
Montlick & Associates has been helping families in Georgia since 1984. Watch this week's video to learn about our long history of community service, and to hear our special holiday safety message. You can also download our firm's safe driving guide: Five Steps to Help Prevent Drunk Driving Accidents.
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Georgia Accident Attorneys Montlick & Associates Encourages You to Be Responsible - Don't Drink and Drive!
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), three out of every ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related crash at some time in their lives. Driving under the influence of alcohol is not only against the law; it is a deadly practice that endangers yourself, passengers and all others on the road. In the state of Georgia, over 400 alcohol impaired fatalities occur every year, representing on average 25.8% of all roadway fatalities according to the Governor's Office of Highway Safety. Please don't let friends drink and drive. Remember, the party may last the night, but the damage can last a lifetime.
Unfortunately, over the last 25 years Georgia Accident Attorneys Montlick & Associates has seen lots of serious injuries and even deaths from automobile accidents involving drinking and driving. These were accidents that could have been avoided. While we have protected the rights of tens of thousands of accident victims over the years, we would rather prevent accidents like these from occurring in the first place. We know the dangers involved while driving under the influence of alcohol, and encourage you be responsible if you have been drinking. Watch the ABC news clip below, and check out the downloadable materials we have prepared that lists five steps that you can take to help reduce the risk of drunk driving accidents. Together, we can make our roads safer!