Please be safe for the holidays and avoid drinking and driving, but if you find yourself in any trouble you can contact the Fitch Law Office
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
It’s a given that people are more likely to be in a drunk-induced accident during the holidays. San Francisco DUI Attorney of the Fitch Law Office would like to emphatically state that driving while drunk is the stupidest thing a person can do. However, for those who have unthinkingly stepped into the car while drunk or indulged in indecent public displays, and been caught, there is help at the Fitch Law Offices. One free consultation, lasting half an hour – knocking off $150 from any further fees – is being offered to help those in need of counsel over DUI charges. These consultations might be the only thing standing between a slightly tarnished reputation and a completely ruined life. The offer lasts until December 31st, 2011.
“Please be safe for the holidays and avoid drinking and driving, but if you find yourself in any trouble you can contact the Fitch Law Office,” says Angeli Fitch, criminal lawyer of the Fitch Law Office.
To avoid landing in trouble and needing these services in the first place, parties should always designate at least one person who will not drink, so that they can drive the group back home. If the person is alone, either call a friend, a cab, or stay the night. Thirdly, partiers should not over-indulge; it is the surest way to prevent accidents.
For more information, please call (415) 240-4435 or visit them online at http://www.fitchlawoffice.com.
About Fitch Law Offices
San Francisco personal injury attorney of the Fitch Law Office serves the entire Bay Area. Areas of expertise are in the fields of Marijuana Law and Defense Litigation, Personal Injury Civil Litigation, Criminal Defense Litigation and Financial Elder Abuse and Elder Rights Civil Litigation. Their mission is to protect a person’s legal rights and helping them understand the complexities of the legal system.
“We will fight for your freedom and be compassionate with your situation."
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