UPDATE October 21, 2021
As we are still in the midst of the pandemic and while cases continue to rise, we are exercising continued caution about social distancing, large events and close gatherings, and are not offering our Safe Ride Home program this year. We’re really hoping we can bring back the program next year, and that everyone remains safe and healthy throughout the holidays.
UPDATE November 18, 2020
In alignment with the new statewide guidance for Coronavirus issued this week, Christensen Law will not be offering our SAFE RIDE HOME program this year. We want to ensure everyone stays SAFE AT HOME this year, so we can all enjoy holidays together in the months and years to come. As an alternative, check out our SAFE AT HOME Holiday Tree Giveaway.
The firm will continue to work remotely; we’re conducting business as usual, albeit virtually. As ever, we remain fully available to speak with our clients and those who need help, at any time. Please reach out if you need assistance.
During these challenging times, we hope everyone will practice social distancing, wash your hands, and most importantly, wear a mask. And, as per the guidance, stay safe at home this holiday season.
For more information, please visit: https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98163-545138–,00.html
Think smart this Thanksgiving Eve and take advantage of Christensen Law’s Safe Ride Home program.
Since 2015, the Southfield personal injury firm has worked to reduce the number of Thanksgiving drunk driving accidents by reimbursing people in the Detroit metro area who use rideshare services and taxis to get home after drinking.
The program was launched in 2015 and has rewarded thousands of individuals for making the right choice and not getting behind the wheel while intoxicated.
What Is the Safe Ride Home Program?
The evening before Thanksgiving, also known as “Blackout Wednesday,” is one of the most dangerous driving nights of the year. At Christensen Law, our lawyers work to ensure that people don’t drive drunk by offering to pay for their cab, Lyft, or Uber.
It’s easy to participate. If you’ve been drinking on Thanksgiving Eve, just call a taxi or rideshare service to drive you home. Pay for the ride and keep your receipt. The next day, simply complete the reimbursement form and upload photos of your receipt and driver’s license to receive a payment of up to $25.