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Stats Show Drunk Driving Remains a Big Problem

Despite the best efforts of police, government agencies, and other organizations, drunk driving remains a big problem in the United States.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving has compiled various statistics related to the issue, including the following:

  • The average drunk driver has driven under the influence 80 times before being arrested for the first time.
  • Every day in the United States 28 people die in a drunk driving related accident.
  • Every two minutes in the United States another person is injured in a drunk driving accident.

On top of the potential for injury and death, drunk driving is expensive, costing the United States nearly $200 billion every year.

Even though fewer people are driving drunk, this problem is anything but cured. The statistics above show that this remains an issue on many levels.

Have you been injured in a drunk driving accident? If so, you may wish to consult with us regarding your rights.

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