Motley Rice Sponsorship: Project Roadblock
With 331 lives lost in 2016, an increase of 24 deaths from the previous year, South Carolina ranked above the national average and 6th in the nation for drunk driving deaths, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports. Nationally, for the second year in a row, the numbers also increased, reaching a staggering 10,497 deaths.
Fortunately for all who share the roads, these numbers hopefully can be curbed if drivers make the conscious decision not to drink and drive. That’s why Motley Rice is proud to join WCSC-TV, Charleston’s CBS affiliate, in supporting Project Roadblock, a national campaign with NHTSA, the Ad Council and local TV stations aimed at stopping the rise of drunk driving in its tracks.
When presented with the choice to drink and drive, we ask that you choose instead to save a life.
Contact a personal injury attorney
When drunk driving related injuries and deaths tragically do occur, litigation can be an option for victims and their families to seek recourse and hold responsible parties accountable, including establishments alleged to have oversold alcohol to intoxicated patrons in violation of the Dram Shop Act. If you were injured, or a loved one was killed by a drunk driver, contact our catastrophic injury team by email or call 1.800.768.4026 to discuss your legal options.
We understand that deciding whether or not to pursue a lawsuit can be overwhelming, especially while coping with an unexpected loss or injury. Our attorneys are available to guide you through the entire legal process, whether at trial or during settlement negotiations, and can answer any questions you may have regarding your potential personal injury or wrongful death case.
Motley Rice has experience representing victims and families impacted by a variety of severe and catastrophic incidents, including:
- Train, truck and bus crashes
- Plane crashes
- Motorcycle wrecks
- Vehicle defects
- Industrial fires and explosions
- Other life-altering events
Our experience also includes being at the forefront of the Takata airbag litigation, and we have worked closely with expects to independently study and investigate the potentially deadly airbag defect on behalf of our clients. Motley Rice represents dozens of victims who were harmed and the families of several people who were killed due to injuries allegedly caused by the airbags, including two Malaysian women, one of whom was nine months pregnant when her wreck occurred.
If you were injured or a loved one killed due to a catastrophic event, consider contacting a Motley Rice attorney to discuss your potential case. We have the experience and resources to fight for you.