Latest Texting while driving Stories
SEATTLE, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's both dangerous and illegal, but drivers still knowingly do it when they're behind the wheel: texting and phoning while driving.
Survey discovered service members likely to text and drive than teens, a report related.
The lead attorney at the Law Offices of Gary Martin Hays & Associates is asked about a study showing that texting while driving greatly increases car accident risk. Atlanta,
Personal injury attorney Jon Zbinden of the law firm Zbinden & Curtis says he urges all drivers to avoid using cellphones, and he questions a finding in the new study that suggests there is
Put down the smartphone and connect ‘cause you never know when your last interaction will be the last.
Charles and Barry Pless argue that, with a quarter of crashes in the United States now attributed to mobile phone use, "we can't wait for perfect evidence before acting."
Virginia Police recorded 700 plus violations against the state's new texting-while-driving law, said a report.
McAllen car accident lawyers at Tummel & Casso say they hope predictions of fewer accidents involving self-driving cars in the future become a reality. McAllen,
Louisville texting while driving accident attorney Rob Shelton is asked about a news story stating that governor Steve Beshear is considering “no-phone zones” on roads. Louisville,
Chicago personal injury attorney Glenn C.
- To give a box on the ear to.