In his tweet, which is quoted below, Frampton said:
“Texting woman driver just ran into back of me while I was stationary in traffic 101 freeway. Can u say whiplash? People put the phones down!”
Obviously, while the musician’s car was on full stop due to prevailing traffic condition, his car was struck from behind by a woman driver who was then using her mobile phone while driving.
In his subsequent social media musing, Frampton tweeted:
“Back and neck not good. Going to ER after my flight today.”
The musician has a series of concert scheduled dubbed the “Grin & Bear It” tour, which actually started last Friday in Minnesota. Fortunately, despite the injuries that Frampton incurred, he was still able to proceed with his concert tour. In his recent Facebook post quoted herein as well, the musician said:
“The show must go on!!!”
In California, the use of hand–held devices like cell phone and other gadgets is unlawful. In fact, since the law has been carried out into effect, the number of deaths and injuries related to use of hand held devices was reduced.
A Los Angeles injury attorney noted that if a victim of such vehicle accident sustained severe injuries, and other damages emerged from the accident due to the negligence of other person or other parties, then the victim has the right to file charges for the damages and personal injuries.