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New NHSTA study finds drivers age 21 to 24 have highest rate of alcohol-impaired fatal crashes | Bellevue car crash attorney

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12/27/2008
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New National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) research shows that between 2002 and 2006, nearly four fatalities out of 10 involved alcohol impaired crashes in the last two weeks of December. The new study also found that 21-24 year old drivers are involved in more alcohol-impaired fatal crashes than any other age group.

Deaths from drunk driving crashes is higher between Christmas and New Year’s than any other time and so we are into the last week before the New Year 2009.  If you go out this weekend or on New Year's eve and have some drinks, arrange for a designated driver.  Avoid the risk of getting in a car accident, avoid the risk of injuring yourself or worse killing someone, and avoid the costs financially and personally if you are arrested for driving under the influence (DUI).

The national campaign to curb drunk driving called the “Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest”  law enforcement and public awareness campaign is in effect through the New Year holiday.  Please don't drink and drive.

The Bellevue car crash attorney at Andrew Kim Law Firm, PLLC will vigorously pursue claims against drunk drivers who cause injury or death to others in a car crash, truck accident, or bike wreck.  We can be reached at (425) 289-1990 in Bellevue and (253) 682-2000 in Tacoma, or 1-800-636-3676 anywhere in Washington state.





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