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This spring, TorHoerman Law awarded the first ever Distracted Driving Prevention Scholarship to Daniel Giles, an outstanding young man who wrote a powerful essay on how to eliminate distracted driving from the roads. Daniel is a 2018 graduate of Bel Read More »
When traveling 55 MPH, you will travel 80 feet in one second. If you take your eyes off the road for more than four seconds, you will travel the length of a football field. Can you imagine what could happen in only four seconds because of distracted Read More »
The holidays are finally here. While Thanksgiving and Christmas are both great times to enjoy good food, family, and friends, for most of us it also means holiday traveling. Whether you are going by way of plane, train or automobile, this year you ca Read More »
Distracted driving has become an increasingly dangerous problem in the United States. In 2015, 3,477 people were killed as a result of distracted driving. Countless organizations have developed programs and campaigns to educate drivers on the danger Read More »
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than six million police-reported motor vehicle crashes occurred in the United States in 2015. Twenty-seven percent of those crashes (1.7 million) resulted in an injury. With the in Read More »
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