Connecticut has some the of the toughest laws in the country regarding texting and driving.

And there is a movement to increase penalties for two time losers – ugh offenders.

Bravo.

We have all seen idiots texting and driving. I have witnessed these morons racing on I-95 doing it.

Why would you sacrifice your life and the lives of others to catch a score, make plans or simply gossip?

I support treating this type of offense the same way as driving under the influence. Yank their license for 6 months – automatically. Make the jerks go to driving school and pay a steep fine. Graduated penalties for a second offense and a year suspension. Third offense – you’re done. You don’t get the privilege to share the road with us anymore – at least not as a driver.  After all, you can’t fix stupid.

In the civil arena, I would add texting and driving to the list of “reckless” offenses thereby allowing double or treble damages if this conduct caused a car accident.

It seems like I am reading these types of accidents with increasing frequency.

These accidents are better defined as collisions. High impact. The “texting” driver is not paying attention at all resulting in a high impact collision. And unfortunately, the injuries tend to be much more serious than a fender bender at a stop sign.

Texting and Driving
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Connecticut Texting And Driving Car Accident Attorney

I represent clients in Connecticut Family Court and Divorce proceedings though out Fairfield County including those who reside in Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Trumbull, Stratford, Bridgeport, Westport, Weston, New Canaan, Wilton, Norwalk, Darien, Stamford and Greenwich.

Please email me or call me in Stamford at (203) 356-1475 or in Fairfield at (203) 259-5251 if you have been injured in a car accident which involves texting and driving.  I can help you and your family get the compensation you deserve.

 

 

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