A Niceville, Florida man caused a six-car accident because he was checking his cell phone Wednesday morning. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the driver looked away from the road to look at his cell phone and continued to drive forward causing him to hit the car in front of him. The impact was severe enough to cause a chain reaction of rear-end collisions involving six cars.
Some of the occupants of the cars received injuries and were transported by ambulance to the emergency room.
This should serve as a reminder not to text message while driving or check your text messages while driving. No message is so important that it cannot wait until you come to a stop.
Drive safely and watch out for those that don’t. Also, hold those that drive carelessly responsible for their actions. If you or a loved one is injured in a car accident, motorcycle crash or other accident because of the negligence of another driver, contact Personal Injury Attorney Matthew Noyes for a free case consultation. Insurance companies have attorneys looking out for their best interest–so should you!
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