The National Safety has designated April as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Distracted driving takes many forms, and whether it’s a text, Tweet, or call, cell phones are the most common distraction. Research shows that the brain remains distracted for 27 seconds after using your phone or even changing the radio station. Please stay safe by keeping your eyes and mind on the road.
The attorneys at Leonard Sciolla have successfully represented people injured and the estates of those killed as a result of distracted driving. Our firm has extensive experience helping clients receive compensation for wrongful death and survival damages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages and losses associated with motor vehicle accidents. For help with a motor vehicle accident or any other personal injury matter, call Michael Tinari or Christopher Fleming in our Philadelphia office at (215) 567-1530, or Gregory Sciolla in our New Jersey Office at (856) 273-6679.
Published April 1, 2016