Making Your Car A Distraction-Free Zone

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that, on any given day, about nine people are killed and more than 1,000 are injured in accidents that involve a distracted driver. Most likely, these numbers are on the low-end of the spectrum, as many more accidents can potentially be contributed to distracted driving To help promote safety behind the wheel, here are a few tips for drivers to eliminate distractions behind the wheel making it a Distraction-Free Zone.

If you or a loved one is injured in a car accident, you need legal representation to ensure your rights to compensation are protected. Contact Chatham Gilder Howell Pittman to schedule your free case review with our personal injury firm and further make your vehicle a Distraction-Free Zone.

About the Author
Jefferson D. Gilder is a Partner at Chatham Gilder Howell Pittman and was admitted to the Mississippi and Tennessee Bars in 1990. Mr. Gilder is admitted to practice in all courts in Mississippi and Tennessee including Federal Court, the Fifth and Sixth Circuit Courts of Appeal, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Gilder's areas of practice include personal injury, criminal, medical malpractice, civil rights, and product liability. Mr. Gilder spent his first ten years as an attorney practicing with his father, Robert G. Gilder, at Gilder Law Firm in Southaven, Mississippi before forming Gilder, Howell & Assoc., P.A. with Jamie W. Howell, Jr. in June of 2000. This firm although as another legal entity has now combined their resources and experience with Chatham – Pittman, to form Chatham Gilder Howell Pittman. If you have any questions about this article, you can reach Jefferson through our contact page.