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26
Mar

EndDD.org Prepares for April’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month – This Year is Different

Before July 17, 2009 I had never heard of Distracted Driving Awareness Month. For that matter, even though I am a lawyer who has represented hundreds of families in distracted driving cases over the years, I regularly drove distracted. What changed on July 17, 2009? My 21-year old daughter Casey was killed by a distracted

08
Sep

Meet Pamela Nichols: The Busy Body Helping to Put an End to Distracted Driving

Pamela Nichols is busy—and she prefers it that way. “I’m a say yes person,” she said. Nichols is a trial lawyer by day: she not only practices law and manages the firm, but has been a partner at O’Connell and Aronowitz since 1997. With the rest of her time, Nichols promotes EndDD.org presentations, participates in Albany’s Downtown Business Improvement District (BID),

07
May

The Snapchat Lawsuit- Why Snapchat and other App Manufacturers Should Change The Designs of Their Apps to Reduce Distracted Driving Tragedies

The recent filing of a lawsuit against Snapchat has sparked incredible media attention and comment. An 18 year-old girl was reportedly using Snachat while driving over 100 mph and seriously injured a man in a crash. Not only was the 18 year old sued, but also Snapchat, the manufacturer of the app she was using

19
Mar

Nurses and Injury Prevention Coordinators Volunteering in Their Communities to Educate Teens About Distracted Driving -The 2016 End Distracted Driving (EndDD.org) Student Presentation

As part of its volunteer speaker network EndDD.org is proud to have a number of nurses and injury prevention coordinators from hospitals across the country. To date, EndDD.org speakers have reached nearly 300,000 students in more than 40 states and several Canadian provinces.  Thanks to the volunteer efforts of its speakers there is no cost