Category: Text While Driving
Indianapolis texting driver accident law blog. Here we will provide useful articles of various types of distracted driving accidents in the Indianapolis, Indiana area.
A t-bone collision, also known as a side impact or angular collision, are among the most deadly and devastating accidents that can happen, and mainly take place at traffic intersections.
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Everyday hundreds of people are struck by a vehicle as they’re crossing the street or walking in it. Some in the crosswalk with the walk sign, other in it without the walk sign, and some outside of the crosswalk.
It is no secret that using a cell phone while driving is a dangerous epidemic. States are getting stricter on laws and bringing more awareness to drivers through catchy slogans: Drive now, Text L8r; Phone in one hand, Ticket in the other; Drop it and Drive. Some drivers may think they are “good at texting […]
Texting While Driving Recently, an article outlining a woman’s outrage that the person who caused her husband’s death because he was texting while driving would only be given a $500 traffic ticket. Linda Foster broke down outside the courtroom moments after hearing there would not be criminal charges filed against the man who killed […]
William W. Hurst, Car Accident Lawyer – Indianapolis, IN Parents around the country have been asking how to prevent their children from texting or otherwise using their phones while they’re driving for years. Since, according to the Donttextanddrive.com texting while driving increases a persons chances of being in an accident by 23%, it’s a question […]
William W. Hurst, Indiana Lawyer Three appellate New Jersey Judges surprised phone owners everywhere Tuesday with a new message: You don’t have to be texting and driving to get in trouble, you may be legally liable for a crash if you’re on the other end of the phone. In the New Jersey case, Kubert v. […]
By William Bill Hurst There’s growing support in the United States for statutory bans prohibiting hand-held cell phone usage while driving. There have been several recent scientific studies supporting not only banning hand-held cell phones but also wireless technology used in vehicles that are hands free. The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) currently advises all […]