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Distracted Driving Traffic Accidents Killed Thousands in 2022 – NRSF 2023 Report

(Sacramento, California) A new report released by the National Road Safety Foundation (NRSF) reveals that there were approximately 13,800 deaths in the United States due to fatal accidents where distracted driving was the primary factor. Based on 2022 data, the report indicates that distracted driving was the primary factor in 30% of fatal crashes during the year.

During April 2023, which is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, local and state police are partnering with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for the annual “U Drive. U Text. You Pay” campaign, which aims to raise awareness among drivers to avoid using cell phones or other devices or engaging in activities while driving.

The NRSF has reported that seemingly “easy” actions such as eating, drinking, talking, changing the radio, or GPS can lead to fatal traffic accidents and urge drivers to stay safe and keep everyone on the road safe.

Fatal accidents can happen at any time, it is our responsibility as drivers to maintain safe driving and be responsible behind the wheel. If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by a reckless driver who committed negligent or distracted driving acts, know that you can file an accident claim to receive compensation for your injuries and damages.

At Ayuda California, we prioritize providing accident victims with the best medical care they need and the maximum compensation they deserve. We are ready to win your case! Trust an award-winning law firm.

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