Category: Drunk Driving

Washington DC Car Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Duane O. King Help Those Injured by Drunk Drivers.

Can I Sue a Drunk Driver?

Drunk driving is never okay, yet there are motorists who still get behind the wheel after having a drink. Drunk driving is a serious criminal act and should never be taken lightly. If you have been injured or involved in a car accident with a drunk driver,

Posted on April 22, 2022


Washington DC Car Accident Lawyers at the Law Offices of Duane O. King Help Clients Involved in Drunk Driving Accidents.

How Can I Stay Safe Driving on St. Patrick’s Day?

One of the nation’s favorite holidays, St. Patrick’s Day often brings festivities and celebrations to Irish and non-Irish folks. It is also one of the biggest drinking holidays of the year, which makes the roadways especially dangerous with drunk and irresponsible drivers.

Posted on March 10, 2022


defensive driving

What Is Defensive Driving?

Defensive driving emphasizes safe driving maneuvers that will enable a driver to react to any adverse situation in a predictable manner. These skills cover more than abiding basic traffic laws and procedures.

The art of being a conscientious driver involves enhancing your safety and minimizing the possibility of you being involved in a car accident.

Posted on December 13, 2021


Too Old To Drive

Can You be Too Old to Drive? 

Families of older drivers are concerned about their elderly family members taking to the road when they have reached a certain age or medical conditions become too severe. When we reach a certain age, medical conditions can prevent us from being able to drive as well as we once did.

Posted on October 19, 2021


How can I Travel Safely This Memorial Day Weekend?

American roads are very dangerous in general. They become even more so during peak times of holiday travel. On Memorial Day weekend, there are more people traveling and enjoying the open road. Drivers take this time to visit family or to simply enjoy a drive during nice weather.

Posted on May 6, 2021