More than 3,100 people died in motor-vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers in 2020, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.
The government, on both federal and state levels, is taking measures to discourage and hopefully prevent distracted driving. Here are some examples.
These are just some of the current initiatives designed to make our roads safer. While motorists are hopeful that these initiatives will make the road a safer place, it cannot be guaranteed, as some motorists may consciously choose to violate the rules of the road. If you’ve been injured in a distracted-driving accident, contact William Mattar, P.C., Our distracted driving accident lawyers can help you seek compensation for pain and suffering. Our attorneys have experience helping injured people and can assist you with the various details of your case, from filing documents to negotiating with insurance carriers. Schedule your free consultation today or call our offices at (844) 444-4444.