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Category: Distracted Driving


NOV. 8 2018
West Palm Beach DUI Lawyer | DUI Law
West Palm Beach DUI Lawyer | DUI Law

David Olson Law is committed to providing the best legal services available. DUI charges can be hefty, but we are here to help.

The Law

 

Regardless of where you live within the State of Florida, being convicted of driving under the influence can have serious and sometimes life-altering legal repercussions.  In fact, Florida’s DUI laws are some of the strictest in the country and can dramatically affect someone’s life without the assistance of effective legal counsel.  For example, an allegedly drunk driver may face a DUI-related arrest if a Florida police officer believes that they are too impaired to …

JULY  9 2018
Criminal Lawyer in West Palm Beach | What is Reckless Driving in Florida?
Criminal Lawyer in West Palm Beach | What is Reckless Driving in Florida?
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Initially, you may not see the need for a criminal lawyer in West Palm Beach. However, there’s more to reckless driving than simply speeding. Reckless driving puts you and others in danger, resulting in the law to take action. Here’s what you should know if you’ve been charged with reckless driving:

 

What is Reckless Driving?

 

Reckless driving is when a person drives any sort of vehicle with disregard to the safety and wellbeing of anyone and anything else. This means there is a lack of care for other drivers, vehicles, pedestrians, and property. This can include excessive …

JAN. 7 2016
Distracted Driving and Texting While Driving
Distracted Driving and Texting While Driving
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Distracted driving is a significant problem in Florida and throughout the country. Every year, distracted driving – which includes texting while driving – causes hundreds of thousands of car crashes and injuries – and thousands of deaths.

 

Distracted Driving Statistics are Compelling

 

According to data provided by Distraction.gov, the official government website, distracted driving statistics are shocking:

 

  • 3,154 deaths
  • 424,000 injuries
  • Drivers who engage in visual or manual behaviors such as reaching for a phone are 3 times more likely to get into a crash than drivers who do not
  • 27% of distracted driving fatalities