As soon as the lights flash in your rear-view mirror, you know you've made a mistake. You had a little bit to drink. You didn't think it was enough to stop you from driving home. You don't even know if you are actually over the legal limit, but you're about to find out.
One February night in 2006, two young women, best friends since kindergarten, leave a club in St. Petersburg, Florida. Within a few minutes, the car veers off the road and into a tree. The woman driving is drunk. The woman in the passenger seat is dead. Both families' lives are changed forever.
Super Bowl Sunday isn't just one of the biggest days of the year for sports; it's also one of the biggest days of the year for drunk driving accidents.
Was your holiday season ruined by a drunk driver? Are you wondering how you are going to put your life back together after the accident? Do you want to hold the drunk driver responsible for his or her actions? If you answered yes to any of these questions, keep reading.
Millions of Americans will be traveling near and far this week to celebrate Thanksgiving with family and friends. Unfortunately, motor vehicle accidents will put a damper on some people's holiday celebrations, as more cars on the roads means a greater chance for accidents.