Seattle Personal Injury Lawyer, Jason Epstein, Featured on Q13 Fox News Discussing The Dangers of Distracted Driving
Jason Epstein, Seattle Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer and Founder of Teens Against Distracted Driving, was recently featured in an article on q13fox.com article about preventing teen texting tragedies.
Seattle, Wash. – June 15, 2010 – Seattle wrongful death and car accident lawyer, Jason Epstein, recently founded a safe-driving initiative geared towards teens called Teens Against Distracted Driving (T.A.D.D.) T.A.D.D. is a movement promoted by Jason and other car accident lawyers from around the country who are tired of seeing our kids being killed by texting and driving, or by others texting and driving.
Recently, Jason was the subject of an article featured on Fox News’ http://www.q13fox.com (Seattle/Tacoma) titled CRIME BUSTERS: Lawyer Dedicating Life To Preventing Teen Texting Tragedies. The article, written by Darren Dedo, highlights one of the country’s most dangerous growing trends – texting while driving – and how Jason is dedicating himself to educate teens on the extreme dangers of driving distracted.
Through T.A.D.D., Jason is traveling to numerous cities around the state of Washington, urging teens in Washington and across the country to be aware of the incredible dangers posed by texting and driving, one of the America’s fastest growing causes of auto accidents. Part of Jason’s speech includes a very graphic video that brings home the reality of how dangerous even a few seconds of having your eyes off the road can be. Jason is also urging teens to pledge not to text and drive, and help him spread the word. The following is an excerpt of the article:
At the end of each speech, Jason asks the kids for something back, a promise wrapped around each wrist.
It’s an orange bracelet which says in texting shorthand, “I pledge to not text and drive.”
He’s only been doing it a few months and already Jason has gotten hundreds of local teens to sign on the dotted line. Allison Adams signed up.
“Yeah, I signed the pledge, I have a bracelet,” said Adams, “So, I’m definitely keeping my phone on silent cause the thing does go off and you’re like whose texting me. So, it’s going to be put away from now on.”
At the Issaquah Community Center, Jason convinced all of the teens including Nick Ryder and Alexis Newman, to keep the phones down and their hands on the wheel.
“I just don’t think it’s worth it I mean in life, there’s so much more, more important things to do while driving like concentrating on the road,” said Ryder.
Jason also launched and operates the Teens Against Distracted Driving website, http://www.TeensAgainstDistractedDriving.com, where teens can the pledge not to text and drive. Each person who signs the pledge will receive a free T.A.D.D. awareness bracelet that they can wear to show their support for the cause. The bracelets read “I Pldg 2 Nt Txt N Drv.”
Find out more about Jason Epstein at http://www.StraightTalkLaw.com and T.A.D.D. at http://www.TeensAgainstDistractedDriving.com
The entire article can be found at http://www.q13fox.com/news/kcpq-061010-crimebusterstexting,0,4000212.story
About Jason Epstein and Straight Talk Law:
Jason Epstein joined Premier Law Group as a partner in 2007. Jason is a litigator handling all types of personal injury cases with an emphasis on serious plaintiff’s personal injury and insurance coverage. Jason is a member of the Washington State Association for Justice and serves within its leadership. Jason often speaks at CLEs and serves as an arbitrator for both private and mandatory arbitration matters.
Jason attended Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College in Dubois, Wyoming. The month long program is dedicated to training lawyers who represent injured people. Jason completed a certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from the Strauss Institute of Dispute Resolution and the Trial Advocacy program through the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. Jason has been dedicated to representing injured people since 1999.
Jason Epstein has been representing individuals against insurance companies and large corporations since 2001. He limits his practice to personal injury and wrongful death cases including auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, or other serious and catastrophic injuries. Hopefully you have already visited StraightTalkLaw.com. This website is loaded with tons of information, and is constantly updated to keep you informed of recent developments. You can also stay up to date by following the blogs, which are linked to StraightTalkLaw.com
Jason understands that providing the best legal representation to his clients, means limiting the number of cases he accepts. He takes fewer cases so he has more time for you. By limiting his caseload, Mr. Epstein is able to give each client and each case the time and attention that they deserve. If you would like to see if your case qualifies for Mr. Epstein to represent you, please contact us through StraightTalkLaw.com, request one or more of Jason’s books, or call us toll free at (888) 333-1873.
A Seattle native, Jason received his B.A. in Philosophy from USC, and his J.D. from Pepperdine University. Mr. Epstein lives in Renton with his wife and two sons. In his spare time, Mr. Epstein enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf.
To learn more about Straight Talk Law, please visit http://www.StraightTalkLaw.com