New York State Police Are Conducting a Distracted Driving Detail
On April 13, New York State Police conducted a Distracted Driving Enforcement Detail. They conducted this detail in three different towns in New York. These towns were Town of North Salem, Town of Somers, and Town of Lewisboro.
This detail was being done in connection with “Operation Hang Up.” This operation is looking to decrease the number of accidents related to distracted driving in New York. Cops are cracking down on motorists who are driving while using their cell phones or other electronic devices.
During the detail, the police issues over 43 tickets. Of those 43, 15 of the tickets were issued to people who were using their cell phone while driving.
Have you been injured in a car accident because another driver was driving while distracted? If another driver was acting negligently and this lead to your accident, they could be held liable for your injuries. They could be responsible for financial compensation for your injuries and other damages. In order to receive this compensation, you will need to be able to prove that they were acting negligently and caused the accident.
A personal injury lawyer can help you with your claim. Cal Frekhtman & Associates today at (212) 222-1111.
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