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Tips for Safe Driving This St. Paddy’s Day

While St. Patrick’s Day is a fun occasion to celebrate with green beer and attire, the luck of the Irish may not protect you when you’re behind the wheel. Since St. Patrick’s Day is one of the largest drinking events of the year, there are more drunk drivers on the road, which can cause severe accidents and injuries. Often, victims of drunk driving accidents suffer severe consequences that have a lasting impact on their lives. 

If you have been injured in a drunk driving accident this St. Patrick’s day, do not hesitate to contact the skilled attorneys at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP. Our talented attorneys are committed to helping drunk driving accident victims recover the maximum compensation available for their losses. We have over 100 years of combined experience fighting for our client’s rights, interests, and the maximum amount of compensation available on their behalf. When you partner with us, we will work relentlessly to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. 

Top 4 Ways to Stay Safe Behind the Wheel This St. Paddy’s Day

While there are many fun and exciting events to attend on St. Patrick’s day, it is critical to have a plan in place to ensure you arrive home safely. A few ways you can protect your safety this St. Paddy’s day include the following:

Designate a Driver or Call a Ride

One of the most critical steps you can take to protect yourself and others is avoiding drunk driving at all costs. If you plan to go out and consume alcohol, plan ahead by designating a driver or deciding to use a rideshare service before leaving your home for the evening. Having a plan in place ahead of time will make it easier to make safe decisions when your judgment is impaired. 

Never Leave Your Drink Unattended

While you should always keep your drink in sight whenever you go out, it is especially vital on crowded drinking holidays like St. Patrick’s day. When you leave your drink unattended, it gives others the opportunity to slip harmful substances into your drink without you noticing. Even if you are taking care to limit your alcohol consumption, you may still become excessively intoxicated if your beverage is spiked. 

Watch for Pedestrians

Many St. Patrick’s Day celebrations occur outdoors, meaning more pedestrians may be roaming the streets and sidewalks. Intoxicated pedestrians may not watch where they are going and step into a busy street. When driving on St. Paddy’s Day, stay vigilant in areas with a high volume of pedestrians. 

Drive Defensively

Practicing defensive driving techniques is one of the most effective ways to avoid an accident, especially on days when the driving of others may be unpredictable. Being on the lookout for erratic driving patterns such as swerving or abnormal braking can help you avoid and steer clear of drivers exhibiting signs of drunk driving. 

Contact a Skilled Drunk Driving Accident Attorney at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP

A drunk driving accident can flip your life upside down in an instant. If you have been injured in a St. Patrick’s Day drunk driving accident, do not hesitate to contact a skilled personal injury attorney

At the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP, our attorneys are dedicated to protecting our clients’ rights and interests as we pursue the maximum amount of compensation available on their behalf. We understand the unique complexities of New York personal injury law and are ready to apply our experience and skills to your case. To schedule a free consultation with a member of our legal team, call us at 516-358-6900 or complete our contact form today. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to learn more about our team and other legal topics.

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