Avoid Drunk Driving Accidents in Tampa

Yo Ho! Yo Ho! Tampa’s long-standing, annual Gasparilla celebration is about to kick off with a variety of pirate-themed events. A popular tradition since 1905, the season will start with the Children’s Gasparilla Extravaganza on January 23, followed by the Gasparilla Invasion and Parade of Pirates on January 30, Illuminated Knight Parade, Gasparilla Festival of the Arts, Gasparilla Music Festival, and Gasparilla Film Festival. In between the pirate-themed fun, Super Bowl Sunday will be on February 7. Without question, there will certainly be many opportunities to celebrate over the next month in Tampa.

Tampa’s Gasparilla Celebration Precaution

All of the festivities will cause traffic congestion all along Tampa’s roads and interstates; thus, there will be an increased risk for car accidents in Tampa Bay. Unfortunately, there is a likelihood that the partygoers will overindulge in alcohol and attempt to drive home. When a person selfishly chooses to drink and drive, he is placing his life at risk, as well as the lives of every other person on the road. The injuries and deaths that result from drunk-driving accidents are preventable. Please celebrate responsibly by choosing not to drink and drive and by requesting others to do the same.

Discuss Your Accident with a Tampa Trial Attorney

The Capaz Law Firm wishes all of Tampa Bay a safe and happy Gasparilla season. However, in the event that you or someone you know is involved in car crash due to another person’s negligent or impaired driving, contact our experienced Tampa accident lawyers to discuss your legal options.