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Distracted Driving: Does Your Teen Know the Dangers?

By Dallas Personal Injury Attorney on August 24, 2020

Before cell phones, distracted driving was usually limited to having a particularly chatty passenger or driving by something truly attention grabbing. But in this current age of technology, our rates of distracted driving accidents have skyrocketed, especially with teen drivers. Distracted driving poses a serious risk for teen drivers and passengers as it is a leading cause of car accidents and traffic fatalities among teenagers. Losing a child is every parent’s worst nightmare. That is why you should always make sure your teen understands the risks of distracted driving before you let them get behind the wheel of a car.

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Pokémon Go Leads to Increase in Accidents

By Dallas Personal Injury Attorney on July 21, 2016

Seemingly overnight, the smartphone app “Pokémon Go” has taken the world by storm and has shot itself to the top of the app store, smashing records left and right as one of the fastest growing and most downloaded applications in history. Now, people everywhere are living out their fantasies of catching and training Pokémon in the real world, with many communities having sprung up throughout the country related to the app. Through the app’s clever use of GPS and augmented reality, players can find the iconic little monsters during their daily travels – making them appear as if they were right in front of players. While much of this is good fun and an excellent method of getting young people off the couch, like most things in life, it is not without its fair share of dangers.

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