Staying Safe on New Year’s Eve

December 30, 2019
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New Year’s Eve is a time when friends, family, and neighbors get together to celebrate the past year and the upcoming year. The revelry typically involves parties and gatherings, but it is important to make sure you and your loved ones stay safe.

  1. Get a designated driver. Driving under the influence is unlawful when your blood alcohol content is 0.08 and above (less if you are under 21).
  2. Don’t leave your car overnight. New Year’s Eve is a leading night for car thefts.
  3. Keep everyone safe. If you are hosting a party, you will want your guests to get home safely. You make consider hiring a driver for everyone.
  4. Curfew. If you have children who are old enough to be out alone, talk with them about curfew and safety.

The New Haven personal injury lawyers at The LoRicco Law Firm wish everyone a safe and happy new year’s celebration!