Every year in the United States of America, thousands of people die because of distracted driving. Many thousands could have been saved by paying attention to the road, while driving. This seems like a simple thing, however with so many distractions that surround us while we drive, one may miss an important clue about what is happening on the road ahead of us. Do not talk on the phone or text while driving. Do not engage in distractive conversation with your passengers. Keep your eyes on the road ahead of you and pay 100% attention to the task of driving. If you follow these instructions, you may be reasonably assured that you will arrive at your destination safely.
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- Attorney Scott recently represented me and my mother both for traffic ticket charges. In both cases he got my mothers charge and my charge dismissed. He is a wonderful attorney and also a wonderful person. I can’t recommend him enough! Regina: Marietta, GA.
- I was moving along with the speed of traffic when I was pulled over. I was frightened, this was my first ticket ever. The police officer gave me a super speeder ticket. Attorney Miller got my speed reduced and my ticket dismissed. Hooray Attorney Miller, I will refer all my friends and family to you! Roeween: Buford GA.
- I was arrested for street racing in Alpharetta. Scott had helped me previously with a speeding ticket I called Attorney Miller when I was released from jail. Scott worked with the court and got my charge reduced. I had to pay a fine and go to traffic school. Simon
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