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What are the consequences of texting and driving in Florida?

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The consequences of texting and driving in Florida are severe. Recently, there’s been a law passed in the legislature and signed by the Governor, where if you drive while texting in Florida, it’s a criminal offense.

If someone hits you in a motor vehicle accident while they’re texting and driving, that will make your case much easier to prove. If you can show that someone is texting and driving when they hit you, that is proof that they were negligent and that they caused your accident and they caused your injuries.


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