At any given time of day across America, about 660,000 drivers are using their cell phones to text or talk—distracting drivers and creating unnecessary collisions. NHTSA reports that the number of personal injury victims in distraction-related car crashes has increased dramatically since 2011. Tucson’s personal injury attorneys at The Hameroff Law Firm, P.C. want all drivers to be aware of the consequences of distracted driving, which can range from minor personal injury to death. If you’ve been injured by a distracted driver, a personal injury attorney can protect your rights and pursue compensation. Explore this infographic to learn more about distracted driving and why you should put down your cell phone the moment you get behind the wheel.