To Lower Drunken Driving Incidents Martin, Harding and Mazzotti to Fund Free Cab Program for St. Patrick's Day

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During this St. Patrick's Day holiday, Martin, Harding & Mazzotti is working with local taverns and restaurants to offer free cab rides home to patrons who might have had too many holiday spirits with their "Holiday Safe Rides Home" program.

The personal injury law firm of Martin, Harding and Mazzotti will make free taxi rides available to those in need on St. Patrick's Day. The hopes are that this service will benefit the area by reducing drunk driving - and may even save lives.

In the past the firm has worked very hard to support the Capital District and greater New York community with donations to many charitable programs. This year, MHM's outreach is working with local businesses to support public safety.

By calling 1-800-LAW-1010, patrons at local bars and restaurants in Albany, Schenectady or Troy who might be unable to drive because of alcohol consumption will be treated to a free cab ride home. There will be no charge, no obligation and no questions will be asked. Table tent cards with the 1-800-LAW-1010 number and program details will be placed at these local businesses so patrons or owners can arrange for the free rides easily and quickly.

According to Paul Harding, Managing Partner of Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP of Albany, New York, "Our goal is to get people home safely during this St. Patrick's Day holiday."

MHM has announced that it will extend this new program "Holiday Safe Rides Home" for all the major holidays in 2007. Harding continues, "personal injury law is all about caring for the safety of our community. When we increase the safety for one of us, we all become safer."

For additional information on Martin, Harding and Mazzotti, LLP, please contact us at 1-800-Law1010 or visit them on the web at http://www.1800Law1010.com.

About Martin, Harding and Mazzotti, LLP:

Beginning in 1994, Martin, Harding and Mazzotti has grown to 10 lawyers and 91 years total partner experience. MHM serves New York and Massachusetts and presently, guides more than 1000 personal injury cases a year through the legal system each year. The firm has funded extensive community outreach and support initiatives. Please contact the law firm for details.

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