Martin, Harding and Mazzotti Successfully Run Memorial Day "Safe Ride Home" Program to Lower Drunken Driving Incidents

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Martin, Harding and Mazzotti paid for over 200 free rides home over the recent four-day holiday weekend in New York's Capital District, Saratoga, Utica and Plattsburgh areas.

personal injury law is all about caring for the safety of our community. When we increase safety for one of us, we all become safer.

During the past Memorial Day holiday weekend, Martin, Harding and Mazzotti successfully ran another Safe Ride Home program paying for more than 200 free cab rides in six cities.

For the past several years running, MH&M has worked with local tavern and restaurant owners to offer their patrons a free cab ride home - quickly and easily. Each time MH&M runs this program, they offer these rides completely free of charge, with no obligation and no questions asked.

Paul B. Harding, Managing Partner of Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP states, "our hope is that this service will benefit our community by getting people home safely, reducing drunk driving and ultimately preventing accidents and saving lives."

By calling 1-800-LAW-1010, patrons in six New York cities who may have been unable to drive because of drinking were treated to a free cab ride home.

Harding continues, "personal injury law is all about caring for the safety of our community. When we increase safety for one of us, we all become safer."

In order to continue to support public safety by reducing drunk driving, MH&M will run their Safe Ride Home program at high-risk holiday times in the future.

For additional information on Martin, Harding and Mazzotti, LLP, Safe Ride Home and their other charitable initiatives, please contact them at 1-800-Law1010 or visit them on the web at

About Martin, Harding and Mazzotti, LLP:
Beginning in 1994, Martin, Harding and Mazzotti has grown in total partner experience and clients served to the firm it is today. MH&M serves New York and Massachusetts and presently guides more than 1,000 personal injury cases through the legal system each year. The firm funds extensive community outreach and support initiatives and has extensive plans to do so into the future. Please contact MH&M for details.


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