Spain Brazil Russia France Germany China Korea Japan

Artificial Intelligence driven Marketing Communications

What community actions might reduce drunk driving accidents in Houma Louisiana?


What community actio

iCrowdNewswire   Mar 10, 202011:05 PM ET

National drunk driving laws make it illegal to drive with a BAC at or above 0.08%. For people under 21, “zero tolerance” laws make it illegal to drive with any measurable amount of alcohol in their system. These laws are in place in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and have had a clear effect on highway safety saving tens of thousands of lives.  Further action is still necessary to reduce the data that  reveals approximately 30 people dying in alcohol-related driving accidents every day.  Almost one third of  all U.S. traffic crash deaths involved drivers who were under the influence of alcohol at levels of .08 g/dL or higher, and alcohol-related accidents were still increased by impaired drivers with lower alcohol levels. 

 

Louisiana law.

Even though the laws have gotten more severe with regard to OWI in Louisiana, there are still too many people dying in cars while drinking and driving; or being killed by a separate vehicle where that driver had engaged in drinking.  Charges for drunk driving can range from classification of misdemeanor to felony charges depending on the situation.  An experienced attorney can explain penalties along with charges for drunk driving dependent on:

  1. Blood alcohol level,
  2. Age,
  3. Repeat offender status,
  4. Whether there was a minor in the vehicle.

 

State and community law enforcement and institutional action.

 

Individual action.

 

Seek counsel.

If you have been injured in a car accident due to drunk driver actions, contact Attorney Brad Doyle at the Doyle Law Firm for guidance toward compensation for injury and damages.



Contact Information:

Call Now

Phone: (985) 868-7575






Keywords:    Louisianna DUI Accident Lawyers

Tags:    Content Marketing, Extended Distribution, English