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Kenosha to put up signs against texting and driving in school zones

The Kenosha City Council will be putting up signs reminding drivers of Wisconsin’s ban against texting while driving in the direct vicinity of schools and nearby construction zones. Local Gary Kunich, whose son died two years ago while crossing the road after being hit by a man using his cellphone while driving, will spearhead the project.

This initiative, which was agreed to by the City Council on August 20, is an attempt to prevent motor vehicle accidents in the area.

The recent death of 46-year-old Jim Weiss, who was riding his bicycle when he was hit by PaKou Xiong, who was texting while driving, further prompted this initiative.

Our compassionate and experienced attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. can be counted on to help victims of vehicular accidents in Kenosha, such as truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and pedestrian accidents, among others. Discuss your case with us to take a step towards obtaining justice for you and your family by calling (262) 652-4900 today.


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