New Distracted Driving Legislation Restricts More Than Cell Phone Use

August 2, 2017 • by James Lambka

Distracted Driving: Primary and Secondary Offenses

The distracted driving law that came into effect on July 23rd 2017 includes a primary offense – using your cell phone in any manner for something that requires anything more than one push or one swipe – and a secondary offense that applies to any distraction that causes the driver to commit a primary offense. In today’s vlog, personal injury attorney James Lambka talks about consumers’ reaction to the law, and the reasons behind the secondary offense.



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