Tag Archives: Drunk Driving Attorney in Shallotte NC

New Year’s Eve: The 2nd Deadliest Day for Drivers

From 2002 to 2008, an average of 140 deaths occur on American roadways on New Year’s Eve making the holiday the second most deadliest day for drivers. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 42% of all accidents that occur on this holiday are alcohol related. If you are planning on attending a [...]

9 Tips for Safe Driving on Thanksgiving Holiday

Every year, millions of Americans hit the highways in order to get to their Thanksgiving destinations. And, with so many drivers on the roads, it can be expected that the number of accidents would be higher than usual. But, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Thanksgiving holiday is one of the deadliest [...]

10 Trick-or-Treat Safety Tips

Halloween is one of the most fun of all the calendar’s holidays because this time of year allows children (and adults) to dress up in crazy costumes for a night of exhilarating fun. For children, this means going trick-or-treating house to house in search of confectionery treasures. While the children will be enjoying a carefree [...]

Increasing Number of “Drugged” Driving Arrests in Shallotte NC

DUIs are most commonly associated with drivers who are driving while impaired by alcohol. Did you know that a DUI can also be charged to those drivers who are caught driving under the influence of illicit and prescription drugs? This means if you smoke marijuana, for example, and go for a drive, you can get [...]

Drunk Driving Attorney in Shallotte NC: DUI Consequences

Being charged with a DUI is a serious issue and one that can have incredibly severe consequences that can extend well beyond the legal system. In this month’s blog post, Bain & Rodzik’s drunk driving attorney in Shallotte NC explains what happens after you drink and drive. First Stop – Court If you are stopped [...]

Drunk Driving Attorney in Wilmington NC: Safe Holiday Driving Reminders

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2011 there were 10,228 fatalities on American roads that were due to alcohol-impaired driving crashes. A startling 415 of these accidents occurred in the second half of December alone. With parties commonplace during the last two weeks of the year and with the holidays being [...]