Legal Matters: Distracted driving

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY)- According to DriveSmart Virginia, distracted driving is related to 80 percent of traffic crashes in Virginia and cell phones are the number one distraction for drivers. If a cell phone distraction leads to a crash you could face enhanced criminal charges.

Kalfus & Nachman attorney Paul Hernandez joined us to talk about the dangers of distracted driving.

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Mini public service announcement:

If the weather is bad enough to where you have little to no visibility on the road, then take the time to drive safely and put your phone away for just a little while. You will be just fine. I almost died yesterday on the freeway because it was more important that the individual in front of me maintain his current speed of 70 mph and continue texting. Needless to say he hit a water pocket and hydroplaned directly into the left highway wall only to spiral out and hydroplane across three lanes in the opposite direction. Yes we all have places to be, but come on now. I value my life and I’m sure you valued your vehicle before all that happened. Please be safe this weekend.

#grateful #drivesafe #drivesmart #smh #putthephonedown #ijs #publicserviceannouncement #thatisall

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