October 12, 2015 – in Car Accidents, Personal Injury Law, Risk Reduction on the Road, Serious Injury & Death

AT&T launches #itcanwait campaign to combat distracted driving

As part of their effort to combat distracted driving, AT&T has released a short video focusing on the story of Fletcher Cleaves.

Fletcher graduated from Cordova High School in Memphis, TN in 2009 with a football scholarship and a promising career ahead of him. However, shortly after graduating, Fletcher was involved in a serious car accident where a distracted driver ran him off the road. As a result of the accident, Fletcher was paralyzed from the chest down, and is still undergoing rehabilitative therapy due to his injuries.1

You can learn more about Fletcher’s story by watching the powerful video below. You can also visit AT&T’s website,, to learn more about their campaign to prevent more accidents like Fletcher’s.

Accidents victims like Fletcher have to deal the the consequences of the poor decisions of others for the rest of their lives. In Fletcher’s case, he lost the use of his legs and lower body, he lost his football scholarship and both his parents lost their jobs in order to care for him.

Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of serious accidents in Georgia. At Wood & Craig, all-too-often we see the terrible results of distracted driving first hand in the lives of our clients that are forever changed. The worst part is, these accidents are easily avoidable.

If you are someone you know has been injured in a car accident involving a distracted driver, call 404-888-9962 and talk to one our attorneys in a free phone consultation. We are highly experienced trial lawyers, and will work to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family.