Which Age Group Is Responsible for the Most Georgia DUI Car Crashes?

Many people mistakenly believe that teens are responsible for more Georgia drunk driving crashes than any other age group. While teens do have a higher risk of death in Georgia DUI accidents, young legal drinkers – adults aged 21 to 34 – are responsible for more than half of all fatal drunk driving accidents.
Young legal drinkers also have the highest average blood alcohol concentration in fatal DUI crashes. This age group also is more likely than older or younger drivers to have repeat DUI convictions.

Regardless of the age of the driver, driving while alcohol-impaired is irresponsible and illegal. It is not fair when an impaired driver’s reckless actions cause injury or death to others. If you or a loved one is a victim of a Georgia DUI accident, you have rights. Learn more in Atlanta DUI injury lawyer Shane Smith’s book, I Was Hit By A Drunk Driver: What Do I Do Next? This book is free to all Georgia DUI victims and their family members.
To schedule a free consultation with an Atlanta DUI injury lawyer, contact Shane Smith Law at (980) 246-2656

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