According to MADD, every two minutes someone is injured by a drunk driver. In 2013, 10,076 people died and 290,000 more were injured by someone driving under the influence of alcohol.
Driving under the influence is illegal, but the consequences for DUI are more severe if someone is injured or killed in a DUI related crash. This infographic highlights aggravated DUI factors that increase DUI penalties in California.
If you or a loved one is injured or killed by a drunk driver, a personal injury lawsuit can help you recover damages for your losses.
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