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Texting While Driving

Our Attorneys Specializing in Texting While Driving Cases Will Aggressively Pursue Your Claim

The state of Washington was the first to pass regulations making it illegal for a driver to send a text message while driving. Across the country, hundreds of car and truck accidents have been attributed to this reckless behavior. Texting while driving will continue to be a problem even after it has been outlawed, as it has become an all-to-common practice, as indicated by a survey Nationwide Insurance conducted that suggests 20% of drivers send or receive text messages while driving.

Whether it is a high-speed incident or a basic rear-end collision that happens on a neighborhood street, any texting while driving injury is an act of negligence. You may be entitled to compensation if you have suffered loss. You may be a fellow driver, a vehicle pedestrian-no matter how it has affected you, you have a right to take action.

Our Lawyers Specializing in Texting While Driving Cases are Ready to Fight for You

There is no standard formula for handling an injury resulting from a texting while driving accident. That’s why we take the time to get all the facts, starting with your free consultation. From there, if we take your texting while driving case, we will not stop working for you until you get all the compensation you are entitled to.

Email today, or call right now at (304) 748-5850.