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My Legal Disclaimer on my California Drunk Driving Book for Accident Victims! I wrote my FREE book for California drunk driving accident victims. The following represents my disclaimer on the information I present: The information...
California's DUI |Drunk Driving| Laws that help Society Preventing Injuries & Auto Accidents Driving under the influence (DUI) is one of the biggest road safety problems in the United States alone; it is also a choice irresponsible persons make which means it is a preventable problem. According to a recent survey conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 30 percent of 35,000 people who died in car accidents last year were involved in alcohol-related crashes. This is a staggering statistic, and one that should be taught in the schools at an early age. With this alarming finding, traffic experts estimate that 36 people are killed by drunk drivers every day in this country.
Drunk Driving Car Accidents in California | Chula Vista Drunk Driving Injury Attorney Chula Vista Drunk Driving Accident Lawyer: Drunk Driving Gets Big Prevention Programs in California Police authorities in California are coming down hard on intoxicated driving; and rightly so. The federal authorities ticked off The annual campaign against drunk driving in August 2010. The campaign is called: Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest. Law enforcement officers will be out in full force in all major California cities, conducting sobriety checkpoints and patrols in greater frequency. In fact, San Diego, California, according to one recent survey, had the most DUI arrests in the United States.