First place winners receive a new laptop, second and third place winners receive a new iPad, and everyone who enters the contest wins fun prizes from our law firm!

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Meet Brad Carpentier

First Place Winner 2013

Windham High School graduate, Brad Carpentier, won first place for his original song depicting the decisions and dangers teenagers face when behind the wheel.

We caught up with Brad to see where life’s taken him and hear how he continues to help send the message to his peers:

“Stay Safe – Arrive Alive!”

Be Creative!


High school seniors may enter a creative project of their choice. Past winners have submitted essays, poems, paintings, videos, original songs, public service announcements, t-shirt designs, board games, drawings, and more. The more creative, the better!

  • Videos
  • Essays
  • Illustrations
  • Songs
  • Photography
  • Animation
  • Paintings
  • Poems
  • Sculptures

High School Seniors Have Their Whole Lives Ahead Of Them

The Arrive Alive Creative Contest is open to graduating high school seniors throughout the state of Maine. Seniors may enter by submitting a creative project of their choice that sends a message to their peers about the dangers of drinking and driving and/or distracted driving.

First-place winners receive a new laptop computer, second and third-place winners receive a new iPad, and everyone who enters the contest wins fun prizes from the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein.

Past winners have submitted essays, poems, paintings, videos, original songs, public service announcements, t-shirt designs, board games, drawings and more. Some incredibly moving, all equally real!

In the past 14 years, the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein has given away over $120,000 in prizes to graduating high school seniors who have helped educate their peers on safe driving practices.

"Stay Safe - Arrive Alive!"


Each year, communities in Maine and across America are devastated by tragic driving accidents. At the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein, we see firsthand the end results.

High school seniors have their whole lives ahead of them. Don’t let a single moment or mistake make you or a loved one a statistic.

Help Joe Bornstein send the message to teenagers: “Stay Safe – Arrive Alive!”