When Devices Become Dangerous
The advent of cellphones and smartphones has made the roads more dangerous. But it’s not just texting or talking on the phone while driving that causes accidents. Engaging in anything that takes your attention away from driving could be considered distracted driving, including eating and drinking while driving, talking to other passengers, adjusting the radio or a music player or reading a map. If someone else’s insistence on multitasking while driving has left you or a loved one injured in a motor vehicle accident, you deserve justice.
If you or someone close to you has been injured due to distracted driving, you may be entitled to significant compensation.
Leading With Experience
We have obtained tens of millions for clients in more than 30 years of practice. If you or a loved one has been injured due to distracted driving, we are prepared to bring our comprehensive knowledge to work for you. We encourage you to reach out as soon as possible, so that we can help defend your rights and begin building your case to recover the compensation you need and deserve.