Drunk Driving

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The threshold blood alcohol content (BAC) level at which a driver is automatically assumed to be driving under the influence in Michigan has been set at 0.08 percent since 2003, but if state lawmakers fail to act, that level could rise next fall. If that happens, Michigan would find itself…

This New Year’s Eve, Christen Law’s Safe Ride Home program got nearly 600 people home safely. Founder David Christensen couldn’t be happier. At Christensen Law, we take drunk driving seriously. We know the harm that can be done by an intoxicated motorist behind the wheel. So last year our founder,…

Christensen Law’s Safe Ride Home program has paid for over 300 rides in Southeast Michigan over the past year. Now the program is headed north to Genesee County. Drinking and driving isn’t limited to big cities. Michigan residents who live further from urban centers like Detroit or Ann Arbor may…

All across Michigan, residents and visitors will soon be raising a glass to 2017. But without a designated driver, a New Year’s Eve celebration can quickly turn into a tragic drunk driving accident. Don’t put yourself or your loved ones at risk. Get a Safe Ride Home from Christensen Law….

The Oakland County Sheriff, Michael Bouchard, has endorsed Christensen Law’s Safe Ride Home, happening tonight. Sheriff Bouchard urges Oakland County Residents to get a Safe Ride Home and avoid drunk driving. Thanksgiving Eve is a big night for bars and restaurants across Oakland County. Local residents frequently gather with out-of-town family and…

Thanksgiving in Michigan may be all about family, but Thanksgiving Eve is often about drinking. For people all across the state gather together with out-of-town friends and families and catch up over cocktails. Before one drink turns into several, make sure you have a plan to get a Safe Ride…

At Christensen Law, we take drunk driving seriously. We don’t just represent its victims, we fight against accidents happening in the first place. On August 20, our team walked the walk, participating in Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s “Walk Like MADD” in Rochester, Michigan. Attorney Sarah Stempky-Kime Led the Christensen Law…

What does it take to stop drunk driving? Mothers Against Drunk Driving has been fighting for changes in law, education, and policing for decades. Now the Christensen Law team is joining that fight as a Supporting Sponsor of this week’s “Walk Like MADD.” Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) was founded in…