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The 12th annual North Texas Giving Day, powered by Communities Foundation of Texas, opens with early giving on September 1, and concludes September 17, 2020 at midnight, offering virtual and sociallydistanced ways throughout the campaign to support and celebrate local...
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Due to the current climate, this year’s walk will look a little different. Safety is our first concern and although the fight against drunk driving doesn’t cease we have had to adjust to our new normal. Don’t let our moment...
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Shop for Good Online! Kendra Scott is supporting MADD’s mission and giving back to the victims of drunk and drugged driving. From JUNE 20 – JUNE 21 12:00 AM -11:55 PM Kendra Scott is giving 20% off all purchases to MADD North Texas. Enter...
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It would only make sense for the drunk driving numbers to go down during a time when everyone is supposed to be in the house, aside from essential workers. The numbers of crashes decreased some but not in the manner...
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A recent report shows that the United States still has a problem with drinking and driving. More importantly, upon further research into the data, we have a problem with people drinking far too much, and then killing someone while they’re...
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Planning on celebrating the holidays with some drinks? Grossman Law Offices has got your ride home covered! Attorneys That Care One of the primary mission of Grossman Law Offices is to stop drunken driving. It’s why the law firm represent victims and...
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Unfortunately, fatalities resulting from accidents involving alcohol-impaired drivers have become so predictable that many state highway patrol departments, such as Texas, now issue fatality estimates, which usually prove to be all too accurate. During the holidays, the number of travelers...
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New Year’s Eve, the holiday devoted to getting drunk, took its usual deadly toll in North Texas. Here are reports about the holiday’s DWI deaths in DFW and a related story about the poster child of drunk driving in North...
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Last year, 10,876 people died in a drunk driving crash in America. That’s roughly 30 people a day or one person every 48 minutes. Those numbers are staggering and as much as we would like them to improve, the fact...
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