I have written multiple articles about various driver distractions, mostly talking on the phone and texting. Many of you are aware of, and maybe even engaged in, various other driver distractions such as eating, changing the radio, putting on make-up and shaving, but have you ever seen someone clean their car while driving? I am not joking. One of my employees was driving with her husband this Labor Day weekend when they witnessed a man almost cause an accident while dusting the inside of his car with a long-handled duster. Fortunately, the man turned his attention back to driving moments before causing a rear-end collision.
How many times must we hear that taking your eyes, hands, and mind off the road for any reason is reckless and negligent behavior? Please do not put yourself and others at risk. Save the cleaning, texting, talking, eating, and shaving for another time. Multi-tasking is not meant for our roads. The more we educate the better chance we all have to improving our roadways.
Mark Bello has thirty-six years experience as a trial lawyer and fourteen years as an underwriter and situational analyst in the lawsuit funding industry. He is the owner and founder of Lawsuit Financial Corporation which helps provide cash flow solutions and consulting when necessities of life litigation funding is needed by a plaintiff involved in pending, personal injury, litigation. Bello is a Justice Pac member of the American Association for Justice, Sustaining and Justice Pac member of the Michigan Association for Justice, Member of Public Justice, Public Citizen, the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Michigan and the Injury Board
Attorney, certified civil mediator, and award-winning author of the Zachary Blake Betrayal Series—Mark Bello is also the CEO of Lawsuit Financial and the country’s leading expert in providing non-recourse lawsuit funding to plaintiffs involved in pending litigation. He is also a member of the State Bar of Michigan, a sustaining member of the Michigan Association for Justice, and a member of the American Association for Justice.