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Kalfus & Nachman PC Provides Safe Ride Home Program for St. Patrick's Day 2019

Our firm is excited to announce we will be providing our Safe Ride Home program for St. Patrick’s Day, an incredibly busy time in Norfolk as countless people celebrate and indulge in excessive drinking. We are all too aware of the staggering statistics regarding drunk driving and want to do our part in preventing even more accidents for taking place. Protecting our community starts with efforts like our program, as our main priority is to keep our community of Norfolk as safe as possible.

You’ve likely heard of our Safe Ride Home program before--it has become an incredibly useful and successful means of helping people avoid drunk driving. Available in the 757 area from 6pm to midnight on St. Patrick’s Day, we are offering safe and free taxi rides home for those who have indulged too much to drive. These rides will not be available for transportation from one drinking location to another, as they are only available for people needing a safe mode of transportation home.

Certain limitations apply, and we recommend having a backup plan as there is an unpredictable volume of participants. You can only use these rides to be dropped off at home, and we will reimburse a capped amount. Available solely to those over 21 and over, you may call Norfolk Black & White Cab at (757) 855-4444 to participate in our Safe Ride Home program.

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As experienced and skilled Norfolk personal injury attorneys, we know just how devastating the consequences of drunk driving can be. This is why we strive to do our part in protecting our community and do so by enacting our Safe Ride Home Program on major holidays when drinking is often excessive.

Interested in speaking to a representative of our firm? Contact us at your earliest convenience by calling (855) 880-8163.

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