Lawyers for Cell Phone Use & Auto Accidents
As our society has become more dependent on technology, people are often easily distracted and lose focus on the task at hand. This is particularly dangerous when a person is distracted by a cell phone while behind the wheel. Texting while driving car accidents are on the rise and our Boston attorneys will fight to get compensation for people hurt in these types of accidents.
Drivers Have a Duty to Pay Attention to the Road
Although it is illegal to text while driving in Massachusetts, it is not illegal to talk on a cell phone while driving. While it may be legal to talk on a cell phone while driving, it may be negligent. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, drivers who use phones or other hand-held devices are four times more likely to get into an accident than those who are not on the phone. If you have been involved in an accident with an inattentive driver, you may be eligible for compensation.
Attorney Houde has extensive experience representing the victims of collisions.. We will fight to maximize your compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages. We will hold negligent and inattentive drivers responsible for the consequences of their actions. We also represent family members who have lost a loved one by filing a wrongful death claim.
Determining the Cause of Cell Phone Use While Driving Car Accidents
It might not always be apparent that cell phone use — whether talking or texting —is the cause of a collision. It is important to contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible following an accident. We will mount a thorough investigation of the accident to determine if negligent cell phone use was a cause and hold all responsible parties accountable.
Do You Want to File an Inattentive Driving Claim? Our Massachusetts Attorneys Can Help.
When you or a loved one has been injured by an inattentive driver, you deserve compensation. We provide early morning, evening, weekend and off-site appointments. All attorneys’ fees are contingency-based so you do not owe us unless we reach a settlement.