Did you know that 1,418 car accidents in 2015 occurred as a result of alcohol impairment in the state of Kentucky? 162 of these crashes resulted in fatalities. Every single one of these collisions could have been prevented– and many undoubtedly happened on major holidays such as Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and Thanksgiving.
New Year’s Eve is big in Louisville. In downtown Louisville, we do everything in style–whether it’s celebrating the latest college basketball victory or looking forward to the Kentucky Derby. Our holidays are no exception. New Year’s Eve is a night when the downtown bars and restaurants see some of the liveliest celebrations all year. It’s the perfect time for local residents to gather with food, laughter, drinks, friends, and loved ones, but first, we must remember one thing– safety.
As a Louisville, KY law firm that helps local residents return to their lives after the aftermath of tragic car crashes like those documented above, the personal injury attorneys at Thomas Law Offices know the devastation alcohol-related collisions can cause firsthand. We know these accidents destroy families. New Year’s Eve may be a time of celebration, but going into 2017 knowing that everyone we care about is safe and sound gives us even more reasons to celebrate.
This year, we’re helping Louisville residents get home safely after the celebrations are over and 2017 is upon us. We’re giving away 25 free Uber passes to the first 25 residents who pledge to not get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol on New Year’s Eve. Each pass will reward up to $25 off from one Uber ride between the dates of 12/31/2016 12 PM EST to 1/1/2017 12 PM EST.
All you need to do is fill out the form below and make plans to get home safely after bringing in the new year. We’ll reach out to the first 25 individuals who send in the form. To be eligible, you must complete the form by noon (12 PM) EST on 12/31/2016. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to give our office a call.
Let’s welcome 2017 with open arms, Louisville. It’s time to make the new year the best it can be. Together we can keep our roads–and families–safe.