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JML September Newsletter: Road Safety Tips for Teen Drivers Heading Back to School

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Kids Need School Supplies After Hurricane Harvey

The severe flooding from Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston public schools just before classes started for the year. Trial Lawyers Care and the Houston Independent School District are working together to replace school supplies for more than 200,000 students, nearly 75% who are financially disadvantaged. Just click on the link below for a school supply “Wish List” and purchase supplies for direct shipment to Houston. There they will be handed off to needy students by the Houston Federation of Teachers. Choose Becky Lanier’s shipping address when you order, but hurry: the list closes 9/24.

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Road Safety Tips for Teen Drivers Heading Back to School

Labor Day weekend is over and summer is in the rearview mirror. New backpacks are crammed full of the tools of learning: laptops, books, pens, pencils, notebooks and more. But what about the tools young drivers need to stay safe on the road? These tips can help the teen drivers in your life get from home to homeroom in one piece.

BY THE NUMBERS

6 a Day

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. On average, six teens were killed in motor vehicle crashes each day in 2015.

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Young Drivers: THE HIGH-RISK YEARS

This video report examines common factors in teen traffic deaths such as inexperience, immaturity and speeding.

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DISTRACTED DRIVING IS DEADLY

Hear from Joel Feldman, a father and attorney leading a ground-breaking campaign to stop distracted driving.

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