Distracted driving.

While it is never safe to talk on a cellphone, text, or look at a GPS when driving, it can cause a driver to miss merging signs, reductions in speed limits, or drivers in front who are braking quickly in construction zones.


When drivers are impaired, their vision, reaction time, and ability to judge distance are reduced. While intoxicated, it’s possible they won’t see a nearby construction worker, will speed, or won’t slow down or stop, with deadly consequences for the victims.


Drivers who are merging too quickly or too late can cause dangerous side-impact or rear-end collisions.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.