Were You Hit By A Driver Who Was Texting?
Distracted driving has always been a danger, but technology has made driving on roads and highways significantly more dangerous. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and United States Department of Transportation have devoted an entire website — distraction.gov — to educating people on the dangers of distracted driving, and specifically texting while driving.
According to one statistic on the site:
In 2011, just over 3,300 people were killed in crashes involving a distracted drive. An additional 387,000 people were injured in motor vehicle crashes involving a distracted driver.
If you or someone close to you was injured in a car or motor vehicle accident because of someone’s texting/cellphone use, you may have options; by partnering with an experienced lawyer, you may be able to obtain the compensation you need to fully recover and to bolster accountability on our roads and highways.
With more than half a century of combined legal experience, we are prepared to work on any case related to texting while driving, as well as:
- Using a cellphone or smart phone
- Eating and drinking
- Reading, including maps
- Navigation system usage
- Watching a video
We can subpoena cellphone information to build the strongest case. If the insurance company is unwilling to settle for what you deserve, we are ready to go to court.
Contact Our Law Firm
We invite you to contact the Law Offices of James L. O'Rourke today at 800-658-1245, or toll free at 203-864-4427, to schedule a free, initial consultation with one of our Bridgeport texting while driving attorneys to discuss your car accident. Our team is ready to help 24/7.