State Police Stage Mock Accident to Prove Dangers of Texting While Driving
Posted on Oct 7, 2010 in Internet/Technology, Local Issues, Personal Injury, Traffic
This week, state police set up a mock accident in which one teen driver was texting while driving and ran into another.
In order to give a strong message to the people of Louisiana about the new law prohibiting texting while driving, firefighters cut out the young girl who received the brunt of the accident from the car of the texting teen and told her mother that she was no longer going to be able to perform simple tasks such as eating or brushing her teeth.
Officers took the other girl away in cuffs charging her with the negligent act of texting and driving. These officers were making it clear to those who viewed the mock accident in person, or on the news, that Louisiana is serious about its new law prohibiting texting and driving.
While we do not condone dangerous behavior while driving, we understand that accidents happen. If you or someone you know are issued a ticket for texting while driving or are in an accident with someone because they were texting, contact Bloom Legal today at 504-599-9997 to schedule a consultation to discuss the details of your case.