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Top 4 Distracted Driving Behaviors to Avoid

By Monaco Law PC |

If you drive regularly and on a daily basis to get to work, to run errands, and for other reasons, then you probably do not think about the dangers that can come when you get behind the wheel anytime you leave your home. But, considering that over six million car accidents happen every year… Read More »

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NHTSA Names April As Distracted Driving Awareness Month

By Monaco Law PC |

Distracted driving is incredibly dangerous and a leading reason why deadly car accidents happen every single year in the United States. Distracted driving is such a massive problem throughout the country that April is dedicated to bringing awareness to it. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has named April as Distracted Driving Awareness… Read More »

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Mistakes To Avoid In A Distracted Driving Accident Claim

By Monaco Law PC |

Distracted driving is extremely dangerous, and it commonly results in serious and deadly crashes. According to a report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, distracted driving can be as hazardous as intoxicated driving, potentially resulting in injuries and deaths at a rate similar to or higher than injuries and deaths caused by drunk… Read More »

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What Is Intexticated Driving?

By Monaco Law PC |

Intoxicated driving — including drunk driving and drugged driving — is a common cause of car crashes in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Indeed, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), a total of 11,654 people died in drunk driving collisions in 2020, for an average of 32 deaths every day from alcohol-impaired… Read More »

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What Are The Common Causes Of Distracted Driving Accidents?

By Monaco Law PC |

Distracted driving accidents in Pennsylvania and New Jersey can have a wide range of causes. While we frequently associate distracted driving collisions with smartphone use, other behaviors behind the wheel can also pose serious risks to other passengers and to other motorists on the road. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) points out… Read More »

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