End Distracted Driving
Attorney Joel Feldman admits that he sometimes used to drive distracted -- emailing, eating and even occasionally texting behind the wheel. Confident he was a good driver, he never thought he could cause a distracted-driving accident. But his perceptions about behind-the-wheel multitasking changed forever after a distracted driver struck and killed his daughter in July 2009. Today, Feldman has essentially placed his legal career on hold, focusing instead on educating the public about the dangers of distracted driving. Here is a video of one of his presentations, delivered earlier this year to a group of teens and adults.