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Use of A Cell Phone While Driving is More Dangerous than Drunk Driving

December 1st, 2014

Now-a-days cell phones have become a part of life. Though they are essential, there are some situations where it can be very dangerous to use them. Use of cell phones while driving can distract the drivers and lead to major accidents. The results of such accidents may lead to serious consequences to the accident victims.

Statistics of Distracted Driving Due to Cell Phones

In 2011, roughly 1.3 million auto collisions were due to the use of cell phones while driving. Every year, the use of cell phones while driving causes up to 1.6 million accidents and 330,000 injuries. This number seems to grow every year.

Texting While Driving is Dangerous

Texting while driving is worse than drunk driving. Texting while driving makes motorists six times more likely to be involved in a collision. The distraction with texting while driving is more than the distraction due to driving while dialing or talking on a cell phone.

Using a cell phone for texting and talking without headphones while you are driving is illegal in New York and may lead to fines. If you are injured due to the negligence of a person driving while using a cell phone without a head set, you can sue him and claim compensation for his negligence.

Auto Accident Attorney in Bronx, NY

If you are injured due to the negligence of a person driving while using a cell phone without a bluetooth device or a headset, contact an auto accident attorney immediately. Attorney Fatos Dervishi, an auto accident attorney in the Bronx, NY is experienced in dealing with auto accident claims and can help you. Call (917) 300-0797 for a free case evaluation.

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