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Intoxication and Drowning Accidents
Intoxication and Drowning Accidents

It is well-known that alcohol use is a factor in as many as 20 to 30% of traffic accidents involving a fatality or serious injury. Although the statistical data is less conclusive, it is estimated that alcohol impairment / intoxication is involved in a similar percentage of ...

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    What began as a family outing in the high country of central Arizona on the afternoon of July 15th became a family tragedy when a flash flood smashed ...

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  • The Doan Law Firm Backs Anti-Drowning Organization

    The Doan Law Firm, P.C. has made a substantial monetary contribution to The Texas Drowning Prevention Alliance (TXDPA). This wonderful organization is ...

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