TV/Radio News

Local attorney launches campaign to reduce texting and driving crashes

Attorney Doug Horn contributed to a KSHB-TV news story which dealt with efforts to obtain a full texting while driving ban in Missouri. Presently, only drivers 21 and younger are prohibited from texting while driving.

America In The Morning Interview – Distracted Driving
America In The Morning Radio Show – 6/18/15

Classmates mourn 16-year-old killed in crash

Doug Horn, founder, Drive By Example, examines how much people should be concerned about cellphone use behind the wheel, why distracted driving is worse than drunk driving, and how to go about raising driving standards.
The Peggy Smedley Show

Popular Westport bar Buzzard Beach sued for wrongful death in alleged drunken driving death

Local crash lawyer emphasizes consequences of distracted driving

Consequences of Distracted Driving

Dangerous Intersections- Defensive Driving Tips
Fox 4 News

Distracted Driving Prevention, Public Affairs Programming
TBN Network, Kansas City (14 min. interview)

December Driving Alert
Fox 4 News

Attorney on Mission to Curb Distracted Driving
Channel 2 (ABC), St. Joseph, Missouri

Distracted Driving Crashes More Violent than Drunk Driving Crashes

Metro Lawyer Starts Anti-Distracted Driving Campaign

Interstate 70 tops Missouri’s deadliest highway list

News Articles

Attorney Pushes for End to Distracted Driving
ST JOE Channel

Missouri Plaintiffs Lawyer Starts Program to Target Distracted Driving
ABA Journal

Distracted Drivers Deadlier Than Drunk Drivers
Government Center Gazette

Distracted Driving: A Growing Risk for the Enterprise
Mobile Enterprise

Drive by Example’ Group Launches Corporate Protection Program
Automotive Fleet Magazine

Are Your Employees the Latest Distracted Driving Threat?
EHS Today