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Driving While Drowsy in Buffalo: Lawyer James E. Morris Urges Motorists To Wake Up to the Facts
Date:1/19/2013

orted drowsy driving more often than women. About 1.7 percent of drivers between ages 18 and 44 admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel, compared to 5 percent or motorists age 65 or older.

Wheaton said two common practices among sleepy drivers – playing loud music and rolling down a window to keep awake – are ineffective, and the results of a third – drinking coffee for its caffeine – can vary widely from person to person. One simple remedy, she said, is for a motorist to pull over and take a quick nap.

Morris, the Buffalo lawyer, said an even better solution is for a drowsy driver simply to not get behind the wheel. He noted studies have found that going without sleep for 20 to 21 hours and attempting to drive is similar to having a blood alcohol level of about .08 percent, which is the legal limit in New York.

When someone has suffered an injury because of a drowsy driver, he said it is important to contact an attorney experienced in New York law to protect their rights. A law firm can conduct its own investigation of an accident to build a case for their clients that can lead to fair financial compensation for their injuries, suffering and lost income. Attorneys also know how to handle the pressure tactics often employed by insurance companies who are eager to quickly settle a case for much less money than their clients deserve.

About the Law Offices of James E. Morris
James E. Morris is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo and the University at Buffalo Law School. He has been practicing law in Western New York for more than 25 years. Morris has achieved the highest rating of "10.0 Superb" by national independent rating service Avvo and "AV Preeminent®" by Martindale-Hubbell. In 2004, he formed his practice, which is 100 percent devoted to personal injury
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