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Helping to Keep Georgia Families Safe from Drunk Drivers for Over 39 Years

"The devastation caused by people who drink and drive is extremely sad, and it's all preventable. That's why our firm made a long term commitment back in 1984 to help educate the public on the dangers of drinking and driving."

- Montlick & Associates Founder and CEO, David Montlick

"Don't Drink & Drive" Public Service Messages

In an effort to help reduce the enormous and completely avoidable human and financial toll that DUI's place on Georgia residents, Montlick & Associates has invested heavily in "Don't Drink and Drive" public service initiatives across the state. The firm's campaign includes television messages, as well as outdoor billboards, and a Family Safety Guide: 5 Steps to Help Prevent Drunk Driving Accidents

Did You Know?

  • Drunk drivers are responsible for enormous financial costs to the public, estimated at $114.3 billion per year.
  • Georgia law provides criminal liability for operating a motor vehicle when a driver's normal faculties are impaired.
  • Anyone who drives in Georgia when his or her blood alcohol content (BAC) exceeds .08 is presumed to have his or her driving ability impaired by alcohol.
  • Drivers who are operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not only more likely to cause a car wreck but tend to be involved in more serious accidents.
  • DUI auto accidents often involve excessive speed by the impaired driver, and the increased speed can result in more significant injuries including traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal cord injuries, severe internal organ damage, paralysis and wrongful death.
  • Many Georgia drivers assume that they can drive safely after having a few drinks. This assumption has no basis in fact as alcohol slows reaction time and affects depth perception, coordination and judgment.
  • Studies show that the risk of a driver being killed in a crash with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 is at least 11 times that of drivers without alcohol in their system.
  • A BAC of .10% increases the risk to 29 times higher.
  • Some studies conclude that a blood alcohol level as low as .02 affects one's ability to drive and increases the likelihood of an accident.

The experienced Georgia DUI Accident Attorneys, at Montlick & Associates, have been representing drivers, pedestrians and passengers who suffer serious injuries and wrongful death caused by drunk drivers since the firm's inception in 1984. Please click on these links to access additional information about our Georgia DUI Accident legal practice, as well as the firm's extensive library of DUI articles.

Public Service Announcements

Don't Drink & Drive w/CBS Positively GA
Don't Drink & Drive w/CBS Positively GA

Don't Drink & Drive on ABC News
Don't Drink & Drive on ABC News

Don't Drink & Drive - General PSA
Don't Drink & Drive - General PSA

Don't Drink & Drive - Holiday PSA
Don't Drink & Drive - Holiday PSA

Better Homes & Garden/Fall 2014 Special Tailgating Section
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Better Homes & Garden/Fall 2014 Special Tailgating Section

Don't Drink and Drive Holiday Ad

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Don't Drink & Drive Campaign

Montlick & Associates has a long history of giving back to the community, not only in terms of free legal advice to accident victims, but also through our ongoing public service initiatives including our Don't Drink & Drive campaign.

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