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Gloucester law firm holds ‘Texts=Wrecks’ contest for elementary students

GibsonSingleton Virginia Injury Attorneys is holding a contest for elementary students (kindergarten through fifth grade) in Virginia. Students can share their best ideas for ways to help adults focus more on driving, and win a bike.

Three winners will be chosen: one from K-first grade, one from second/third grades, and a third from grades four and five, to receive a new bike of their choosing up to $120 value.

“When adults are driving, they need to focus on driving. But we adults can get distracted—maybe our phone rings, or we want to check the directions to where we’re going,” partner Ken Gibson of the Gloucester law firm said. “What if our kids are fighting in the backseat, or a pet is acting up?

“These are all things that can take adults’ attention off the road and could even cause a wreck,” he added. “We believe that kids can help keep adults and other kids safe. So we are asking for kids’ best ideas about ways they can help adults focus on driving.”

“We want kids to ...

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