Young adults are heading back to school and the traffic to the University of Rhode Island (URI) in the morning is significant. Occasionally drivers will text while driving. Studies show that texting while driving is much more dangerous than drunk driving because in drunk driving the driver is at least looking at the road, although they are impaired. In texting, the driver is not looking at the road and so is essentially driving blind. If you are in a car accident please contact our office for a free consultation and we will tell you how we can help you recover your lost wages and medical bills. Our clients fare much better than people who settle directly with insurance companies and are undercompensated for their injuries.