Cell Phones and Driving in Tennessee Can be a Deadly Combination

Jay Stillman

1 min read

Due to the advancement of cell phone technology, the term “texting while driving” is a bit outdated. With the ability to surf the Internet, check emails, and use a web browser pretty much anywhere imaginable, the newest deadly trend on the road is using a cell phone while driving. Along with talking and texting, these can all be very dangerous combinations.

There is a simple solution to this growing problem….Don’t Do It!

If you are the victim of a collision and suspect the driver who hit you was using his or her phone, make a note of it, ask any witnesses, and be sure to TELL THE POLICE OFFICER ON THE SCENE.

If a phone was nearby at the time of the accident, document this fact as it can be verified by cell phone records. This is a serious matter and an aggravating factor the general public and juries have no tolerance for.

As a safe and careful driver, be sure that you concentrate on the road. Save the calls, texts, and emails for later.

Always at your service,

Jay Stillman
Stillman and Friedland
Nashville and Middle Tennessee Personal Injury Attorneys