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Faces of Distracted Driving: Julie Davis

As part of National Distracted Driving Awareness month, we are posting videos that highlight the human cost of distracted driving. The videos that we're sharing are published by the Department of Transportation as part of Distraction.gov’s efforts to curb this deadly hazards. The videos that we that we are sharing come from Illinois and Wisconsin.

The facts of Julie’s case are heart-rending:

On April 15, 2009, 58-year-old Julie Davis set off for a hike with her best friend in Rudolph, Wisconsin. As they were walking along the highway, a 19-year-old driving at 70MPH struck Julie from behind, killing her instantly.

Source: http://www.distraction.gov/content/faces/index.html#/faces/julie-davis/

A Commitment to Reduce Distracted Driving

As a truck accident lawyer, I understand the dangers of distracted driving. I am deeply concerned by it. During the month of April, I am publishing a series of blog posts on distracted driving.

Please join me in raising awareness about this significant problem: use the “share”, “like” and “tweet” icons by the bottom of this page to remind your friends about the dangers of distracted driving.