Halloween Free Cab Ride Program

Lets Stop The Madness on Halloween

By Michael G. Sawaya

Halloween is a scary time of year. Ghosts, witches, and creatures of all kinds will be haunting us this weekend, but we want to warn you about the scariest spook of all. The Halloween drunk driver. Even with all the public messages, the warnings from police, the DUI checkpoints and the alcohol awareness education programs out there, we will still have party goers drinking too much alcohol and getting behind the wheel of a car.

If you are planning to go out in Denver this Halloween and have a few drinks with some friends, it is your responsibility to arrange for a safe way to get home. We would like to help.

The Sawaya Law Firm is committed to reducing the number of injuries related to drinking and driving in Colorado by making this very special offer to everyone. If you have had too much to drink, or you have any doubt, call a cab and send the bill to us! That’s right, we’ll pay for it. and there are only a few restrictions you need to know about:

  • Must be 21 years of age or older to participate.
  • Good for a one way ride to your home.
  • Denver Metro area ride with a maximum value of $35.00.
  • Must send receipt and copy of valid ID to:

Holiday Free Cab Ride Program
The Sawaya Law Firm
1600 Ogden Street
Denver, CO 80218

The Sawaya Law Firm is Denver’s personal injury law firm. With over 40 years of experience and a compassionate team prepared to listen to your story, The Sawaya Law Firm is here to help. Contact us anytime.

Let’s make this a safe Halloween for everyone.



Michael established The Sawaya Law Firm in 1977 and built it into one of the largest personal injury law firms in Colorado, with more than 20 lawyers and 80 staff members serving clients from five offices located in Denver, Greeley and Colorado Springs. Throughout its history, the firm has stayed true to its 12 Core Values, which emphasize excellence in advocacy and a commitment to providing outstanding client service. Michael studied sociology and economics as an undergraduate student at The Colorado College, and he earned his law degree from the Texas Tech University School of Law. In addition to being involved in several legal and community organizations, Michael enjoys playing music and cooking, and he has written a book on spiritual matters.