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All The Joy Of Saint Patrick’s Day Without The Injuries

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Saint Patrick’s Day is quickly approaching.

One of the most festive of all holidays, Saint Patrick’s Day is enjoyed by the Irish and non-Irish alike. It is also associated with alcohol, which means two things among others: fun and danger.

At Block O’Toole & Murphy, we devote our practice to helping people who have been injured by negligence, including those who are hurt by drunk drivers. We wish you all the enjoyment of the holiday with no injuries.

We hope these tips will help make our wish come true:

  • Get a designated driver
  • Be extra vigilant behind the wheel; some drivers will be drunk
  • Take public transportation if possible
  • Pay close attention to traffic lights on foot, even in a large group of pedestrians

If you take all of these safety precautions and still find yourself injured as a result of someone’s negligence, you can turn to our experienced personal injury lawyers.

We have extensive experience pursuing full compensation for the injured and their families, including those harmed by hit-and-run accidents, drunk driving accidents, negligent security and unsafe premises.

Have fun. Be safe. Enjoy your Saint Patrick’s Day.

Cheers!

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