Most American holidays involve alcohol, and Thanksgiving is no exception. In fact, the night before Thanksgiving has earned the nickname “blackout Wednesday,” as it’s a popular night for college students who are back home to go out and catch up with old friends. In additon, when you think of a traditional Thanksgiving holiday, you likely think of a gathering with family and having delicious meal, perhaps followed by watching some football with celebratory drinks. Unfortunately, sometimes, holiday drinks turn into holiday drinking and driving, putting everyone on the road at risk.
In many instances, people who are injured by drunk drivers aredse entitled to compensation under Georgia law. To learn more, call us today to discuss your options with an Atlanta personal injury lawyer.