More Vermont Students Hear First Hand Accounts of Dangers of Distracted Driving

High school students at Colchester High School attended an assembly last week that featured a former Colchester student who told a chilling first-hand account of the real dangers of distracted driving.

The discussion was led by Chittenden County State's Attorney T.J.  Donovan and personal injury lawyer Chris Maley, of Burlington's Maley and Maley, and was covered by the Burlington Free Press.

Colchester students join those from Burlington and other high schools who have also attended presentations motivated by Vermont’s Association for Justice and inspired by Joel Feldman of EndDD.org. Feldman has presented to more than 193,000 students and drivers in 41 states as part of the campaign.

Request the Distracted Driving Presentation at Your School
Persons interested in offering the presentation to their school or group, should contact Chris Maley.