In a recent government survey, more than 50% of high school students admit to texting while driving. It is the first time the question has been asked in a teen poll on risky behavior. "We need to teach kids, who are the most vulnerable drivers, that texting and driving don't mix," said Ray LaHood, Transportation Secretary. Texting and driving is a far too common cause of automobile accidents. McCready, Garcia & Leet is a law firm which brings attention to the dangers of texting and driving. To contact the firm, call (773) 779-9885.