Drunk Driving

Unofficial Start to Summer or the “100 Deadliest Days” ?

In 2017, 35 million Americans plan to travel by car over Memorial Day weekend- a 2.4% increase since last year. Unfortunately, with that, there is an estimated 50,500 number of injuries due to car accidents each Memorial Day weekend. And an average of 439 fatalities from these traffic accidents with 44% of them being alcohol… read more

This St. Patrick’s Day, Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

Irish eyes will be smiling this Friday – St. Patrick’s Day. Green beer, corned beef and cabbage, and leprechauns will not be hard to find. All over the world 13 million pints of Guinness will be enjoyed, according to WalletHub, a personal finance website. As a matter of fact, St. Patrick’s Day is the fourth… read more

The Killer on New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve Drunk Driving Kills It is no secret that alcohol and driving is a lethal combination. One bad decision can lead to death, injury and destruction, not to mention a lifetime of regret. Nothing says Happy New Year better than the pop of a champagne. Combine that champagne toast with an open bar… read more

Think Safe and Green on St. Patrick’s Day!

  Green beers, green shirts, green socks, everything green! On March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. What once was a religious feast day for the saint of Ireland, has now become an international festival celebrating Irish cultures. With over 36 million people claiming Irish ancestry, on… read more

Suffolk County Personal Injury Lawyers Talk About the High Price of Drunk Driving

Author: Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP On July 26th a 17-year-old boy who had been drinking with friends decided to get behind the wheel of an automobile and drive home.  Sadly, he ended up in a head-on collision with another vehicle  and lost his life, but also killed a father of two. Despite repeated pleas from… read more

Organized Efforts to Reduce Drunken Driving

Author: Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over A number of agencies such as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and non-profits like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) work continuously through various means to reduce impaired driving. Efforts made in 2011 to reduce drunk driving showed improvements in 27 states which… read more

Aging Drivers and Driving Risks

Author: Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP Suffolk County Accident Lawyers Whether on the news or through personal experience, we have all witnessed senior drivers with diminished driving skills. According to a recent Fox News article 28 states and the District of Columbia require drivers over age 65 to renew their licenses more frequently, pass vision tests,… read more

Beer Pong and New York Dram Shop Law

Author: Rosenberg & Gluck, LLP Suffolk County Accident Lawyers The New York dram shop act allows individuals injured by drunken drivers to name bars as liable parties in auto accident lawsuits. The New York statute, Title 1 – § 11-101 holds bars responsible for allowing visibly intoxicated individuals to drive when it can lead to… read more

How To Choose A Personal Injury Lawyer

How to Choose a Personal Injury Lawyer One of the most difficult decisions the victim of an accident has to make is who to choose as their attorney. While there is no shortage of lawyers who will promise just about anything in an effort to entice you to become their client, making an informed decision… read more

Suffolk County Drunk Driving Attorney | Nassau County Drunk Driver

Don’t Ride With A Drunk Driver We are all too familiar with the dangers of drunk driving – there have been many news stories of late illustrating in gruesome detail what happens if someone drives drunk. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident involving a drunk driver the outcome of your case… read more