Every year, we highlight the dangerous and consequences of distracted driving. Our personal injury attorneys have seen the consequences firsthand.
April is designated as Distracted Driving Awareness Month to help raise awareness about the dangers and consequences of distracted driving. It may not feel like it, but your life is at risk the second you enter a vehicle. Practicing safe driving habits and eliminating distractions could end up saving you from a lot more than just a citation for distracted driving. Texting while driving is illegal in 47 states, including Kansas, and is illegal in Missouri for all drivers under the age of 21.
Many of us at Castle Law Office are familiar with the consequences of distracted driving, and we urge you to familiarize yourself with safe driving habits.