Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law Sponsors "Braking Contest" to Promote Safe Driving Among Georgia Teens


September 28, 2010

As part of Montlick & Associates’ commitment to driver safety, we are proud to announce a new partnership with the Safe America Foundation in support of their Safe Teen Georgia Program. We are very excited to sponsor a “Braking Contest” where teens compete against each other on driving simulators at local events throughout North Georgia. The “Braking” competition is part of Safe America’s ‘SafeTeen 100’ program – a year-long initiative to increase driving skills by rewarding good drivers. The contest kicked off this past week at Lovett High School. Ben Timberlake was recognized as the "top driver" of the week! In addition to winning a $100 gift certificate Friday night, Ben will be able to compete with other students next spring to win a 2011 Ford Focus as part of Safe America’s year-long campaign to increase driver education participation in Georgia high schools.

Here is a photo of Ben Timberlake- recent "top driver" of the week at the recent event:

Ben Timberlake- recent

Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys Montlick & Associates has a long history of giving back to the community, not only in terms of providing free legal advice to accident victims, but also through the firm’s extensive ongoing public safety initiatives. Montlick & Associates and Safe America will be at several high school football games this fall reaching out to teen drivers and their parents.

While Montlick & Associates works hard to protect the rights of accident victims, our goal is to prevent those accidents from happening in the first place. The “Braking” Competition continues this Friday night, October 1st at Lassiter High School. Georgia Accident Attorneys Montlick & Associates is committed to helping keep you and your family safe on our roads!  For more information about our public service programs, including injury prevention, visit www.montlick.com and click on "Family Safety."

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