California DUI Statistics Infographic: 4 California Cities with the Most Alcohol-Related Fatal Crashes per Capita

Out of the top 10 cities in America for alcohol-related fatal car crashes, California claims four spots.

California DUI Statistics Infographic: 4 California Cities With the Most Alcohol-Related Fatal Crashes per Capita

The Johnson Attorneys Group, an Irvine, CA based personal injury law firm, has created an infographic showcasing the top cities in California where alcohol-related fatal car accidents occur, and the financial impact that results from the accidents. San Bernardino, Riverside, Fresno and Sacramento hold the top four for California cities with the most alcohol-related fatal crashes.

Johnson Attorneys said, “California DUI statistics are a prime example of how driving under the influence has a tremendous impact on the people involved, from serious injury or death to the subsequent financial impacts after being convicted of a DUI.”

California DUI statistics are a great depiction of the serious financial and personal impacts that alcohol-related crashes have in California cities.
Johnson Attorneys Group

This infographic does not require any opt-in, and includes detailed coverage of the following issues:
- From 2010-2012, San Bernardino had the most alcohol-related fatal accidents per capita in the United States
- Insurance costs were raised an average of about 140% after a DUI in Riverside, Fresno and Sacramento
- 4 of the top 10 cities in the U.S. with the most alcohol-related fatal car crashes per capita are in California

Aiming to inform drivers and the general public, and to help those impacted by these significantly high rates of alcohol-related crashes, Johnson Attorneys Group has provided further detailed information and important statistics regarding DUI's, insurance rates post-conviction, and alcohol-related crashes in California's major cities.

Source: Johnson Attorneys Group


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