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Erie Injury Lawyers: Teens Against Distracted Driving

October 16, 2010, ERIE, PA – The Erie injury law firm of Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. has agreed to be the Pennsylvania sponsor of Teens Against Distracted Driving (“TADD“). TADD was founded by Seattle lawyer Jason Epstein to educate teenagers about the dangers of texting and driving as part of achieving the ultimate goal of eliminating the problem altogether.

The TADD website offers information about distracted driving and an opportunity for teens to pledge to stop texting and cell phone use while driving. Teens who take the pledge receive a free wrist bracelet. The program began as a local effort but has progressed to the national stage.

Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. is among 12 national sponsors who have committed to act as their region’s representatives for TADD. “We will do our share in the northwest Pennsylvania area to promote the mission of TADD,” said Attorney Tim George.

The firm encourages people to call if they or someone they know would be interested in arranging a speaking engagement anywhere in the northwest Pennsylvania region. An experienced car accident attorney will be pleased to appear and offer information about the dangers of distracted driving, particularly among the younger population.

Purchase, George & Murphey, P.C. is an Erie personal injury law firm committed to educating the public about car accident and injury cases. To reach one of our experienced Erie car accident lawyers, call 814-833-7100 or toll free 814-833-7100, or use our online contact form.

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