The Oregon State Police Department recently issued a reminder to all of us sharing the roads – bicyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists and motorists – that we share responsibility for keeping our streets safe. Here are the signs of a drunk driver from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (to see the full list please visit www.MADD.org) Signs of a […]
On June 15th, the Oregon House passed HB 3075, which will require first time DUII offenders to install an ignition interlock device as a condition of their diversion agreement. Under current state law, only convicted drunk drivers are required to install the devices. The sponsors of the bill see it as an important preventive […]
Driving increases over the summer time: therefore more people are on the road which increases the likelihood of motor vehicle accidents. Summer getaways or visits with family and friends can easily turn tragic as the result of poor safety decisions behind the wheel; drivers also must pay attention to vehicle maintenance. Statistics show that July […]
Summarizes research showing how frequent heavy alcohol consumption by college students can sharply increase injury risk.
Discusses highlights from a Forbes article on deadly driving habits.
Reviews the 2008 ENA National Scorecard on State Roadway Laws: A Blueprint for Injury Prevention
Discusses Oregon State Police’s increased DUI patrols over the Labor Day Weekend as part of a nationwide crackdown on drunk driving
Reports on a manslaughter conviction for drunk driving in a fatal Oregon car crash
Last week, Rob Blanck and Lorie Shaddix of Camas, WA filed a lawsuit against Golden Star Restaurant and Lounge in regards to their daughters’ deaths last year. Jessica Blanck and Kristyne Shaddix both died when hit by Therese Nickelby, who was driving intoxicated after leaving the restaurant. Nickelby’s blood alcohol level after the crash was […]