Times-Union Article on Texting Citations, Distracted Driving

woman using phone while driving the car

An article that appeared in the Florida Times-Union and the St. Augustine Record found that citations for texting while driving, both locally and statewide, are low because texting while driving is a secondary offense; officers need another reason to pull drivers over to cite them for texting. Proposed legislation would make texting while driving a primary offense and help change that.
Wayne Hogan was interviewed in the article and asked about the firm’s Distracted Driving Awareness Campaign that began with a presentation for teens and expanded to a presentation for adult drivers because distracted driving is such a big problem on our roadways.  He encouraged companies to have distracted driving policies in place to keep workers safe and help protect their bottom lines.

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Laura Hack

Laura Hack

Laura Hack is a paralegal with Terrell • Hogan. She has been with the firm since 1996 and has worked primarily for Wayne Hogan. She is an experienced Paralegal with 30+ years of working in the law practice industry. Skilled in Appeals, Civil Trial Litigation Support, Torts, Trial Practice, and Pleadings.