Make It A Safe Super Bowl Sunday

As hundreds of fans host Super Bowl parties, many partygoers who have partaken of alcohol will be hitting the road. To avoid a bad experience, here are some tips for the party host to help keep everyone safe.

  • Encourage your guests who drink alcohol to designate a driver.
  • Before kickoff, help arrange a designated driver for those quests who need one.
  • Have plenty of non-alcoholic beverages and serve food throughout the game.
  • Only serve alcohol to those quests over 21 years of age.
  • Just like at the stadium, have a “last call” and stop serving alcoholic drinks at the beginning of the 4th quarter.
  • Keep a watch over guests who are showing signs of having too much to drink.
  • Have a list of cab phone numbers or save them in your cell for convenience.
  • Make sure you remind your departing guests to drive alert, buckled, and composed. Stay extra alert for other motorists who appear to be impaired.
  • Be prepared to have guests spend the night if an alternative way home
    is not available.

Have a Safe Super Bowl Sunday,
Douglas R. Horn

This email is a driver’s safety alert from Douglas R. Horn, Lead Attorney of The Horn Law Firm, P.C. Mr. Horn is an injury lawyer who concentrates his law practice on motor vehicle crash cases causing serious injury.

Mr. Horn also devotes a significant part of his work to driver safety issues. His safety organization, Drive By Example, is designed to influence drivers to use the highest degree of care and model the behaviors that protect themselves, their passengers, and other motorists. For more information regarding Horn Law, visit