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On September 22, 2016, Robert Cornish was killed by a distracted teen driver while he was investigating a problem with his trailer on the shoulder of Loop 410. The 32-year-old left behind two young children and his pregnant wife.

His death was a senseless and heartbreaking loss that could have been prevented.screenshot_111416_103137_am

For the first time, the Cornish family will speak out about this unnecessary death and the tragic epidemic of texting while driving.

The family has turned to well-known San Antonio attorney Tom Crosley for help. Together, they will address the media to discuss the need for “Bobby’s Law,” a statewide ban on texting while driving.

“The Cornish family wants justice in the courtroom, but they have a bigger mission,” said attorney Tom Crosley. “They want to ensure that no other family loses a husband, or any other family member, through distracted driving. They want lawmakers across Texas to honor Bobby’s memory with a statewide law banning texting and driving once and for all.”

Representative Tom Craddick will be pre-filing legislation for a statewide ban on texting and driving in Austin on Monday, November 14 as well.

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