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Chicago Law Firm Attempts to Curb Drunk Driving Accidents

CHICAGO, Dec. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In an attempt to curb drunk driving on New Year's Eve Willens Law Offices is offering a solution. If you want to use the code act quickly because there are a limited number of promo codes. The promo code WILLENSLAW will allow the rider to receive $10 off their ride between the hours of 8:00 PM and 2:00 AM on NYE in Chicago.

"I've seen way too many accidents caused by drunk driving," said Matt Willens, owner of Willens Law Offices, a top-rated personal injury law firm in Illinois. "It's heart breaking when you know many of these crashes could have been prevented. Well, we're stepping up and doing our part to encourage safer driving practices on this night of celebration."

"However you get from point A to point B on New Year's Eve, the only thing that matters is not to drink and drive. We all know how that can turn out," Chicago's police spokesman said. "Whatever it may be, illegal and reckless behavior will not be tolerated on New Year's Eve."

To use this promo, simply download the UBER app and enter promo WILLENSLAW. You can also sign up at uber.com/go/willenslaw or just text WILLENSLAW to 827-222 for quick sign up.

Uber is an app that connects you with a driver at the tap of a button. Request a black car, SUV, or sedan ride at any time using the Uber iPhone, Android, or Blackberry apps. You can track the arrival of your ride on your smartphone, payment is cashless (no need to tip!), and you'll even receive a text message when your driver arrives.

Promo is valid in CHICAGO only. Not valid on TAXI.

Matthew Willens
Willens Law Offices
www.willenslaw.com
30 North La Salle Street #3450
Chicago, IL 60602
Phone: 312-957-4166
Fax: 312.726.4776

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