Texting and driving poses a serious safety hazard for young drivers in across the United States. To spread the message about the dangers of texting and driving, Morris, King & Hodge, P.C. is sponsoring a distracted driving special airing this February 27.

Distracted Driving Special

 Morris King and Hodge is proud to partner with WHNT News 19 for a prime-time special on distracted driving. It will air Saturday, February 27 from 7 to 8 p.m. We'll also have more stories on our newscasts and on WHNT.com throughout the month.

The Distracted Driving Project

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Distracted Driving is an issue that our firm is very passionate about. It’s a very personal issue because every day we represent victims and survivors whose lives have been shattered and changed forever because of distracted driving.

Because of the victims we see in our practice, we want to change attitudes and perceptions about texting and driving, so that the average person can get the message about how very dangerous texting and driving really is. The National Highway Safety Administration just released a study that concluded that texting and driving was six times more dangerous than drinking and driving.

Going back 35 years ago, the average person did not appreciate how dangerous it was to drink and drive. Advocates like Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) created public awareness campaigns that changed peoples’ attitudes about drunk diving. Their efforts have cut in half the deadly toll of people killed in drunk driving accidents.

Today, our situation with the problem of texting and driving is like it was 35 years ago with drunk driving. I want to do everything I can to raise public awareness about distracted driving to make our roads safer and reduce this problem. To help raise awareness, my firm and WHNT have partnered to offer this image that you can post on social media or make your cover photo on Facebook. Click on the photo to open the full-sized image and then save it and post it to help spread the word!

What These Lawyers Stand For

This year, Morris, King & Hodge is partnering with WHNT News 19 to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving, and we’d like you to help us spread the message.

Use these images on social media to help raise awareness about Distracted Driving

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Watch our Special Presentation

Our presentation aired Saturday, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. If you missed it, you can watch it here.