Students Learn About Drunk Driving | Denver DUI Accident Lawyer

9 News has reported on the participation of students at Bennett High School in the “Every Fifteen Minutes” program. The program is named for the assertion that every fifteen minutes, someone in the United States is killed by a drunk-driver in the United States. Bennett High School students, as part of this program, participated in a simulation of the natural consequences of a drunk-driving accident. One student was chosen to play the role of drunk driver, and several students were chosen to play the role of victims who were killed. Students who “died” had to write good-bye letters to their parents, and their parents had to write eulogies for their children. Participants indicated that the exercise opened their eyes in a new way about the danger of drunk driving.

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According to data provided by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), over 10,000 people are killed annually by drunk drivers in the United States. Each of these fatalities result in an entire family being forced to grieve for the untimely loss of a family member. These fatalities are all the more tragic for the fact that they are totally unnecessary. Everyone knows better than to get behind the wheel after drinking.

If you have lost a family member in a DUI accident, you will of course be most concerned with caring for the physical and emotional well-being of your family. Unfortunately, there is a strong possibility that the cost of care, as well as repair of property damage, can add up very quickly, and your family’s financial well-being can be at risk as well. A dedicated Denver DUI accident attorney can help ensure that your family gets the help you need for that care. Keith Fuicelli is a Denver DUI accident attorney who has helped countless families recover the compensation they need to return to the most normal life possible. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, call Keith at Fuicelli and Lee, PC at (303)355-7202.

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