Texting And Driving: The New Danger
There is no question that drivers today are more distracted than ever before. At any stoplight, you’re likely to see drivers talking or texting on a cellphone. Auto manufacturers are now installing dashboard features that are supposed to make our lives easier, but require taking our eyes off the road to get the settings correct. In recent years, accidents caused by cellphone use and distracted driving have surpassed accidents resulting from drunk drivers on our roads and highways.
If you were injured or have lost a loved one in a car accident caused by a driver using a cellphone in the Lehigh Valley, you can turn to the Law Offices of Edward P. Shaughnessy for help. I am a local lawyer who understands the local courts and insurance procedures to help you recover full and fair compensation for your injuries or wrongful death of a family member.
Never Settle For less
Even if you have a slam-dunk case against a distracted driver who was talking or texting on a cellphone, it is always a good idea to discuss your car accident claim with an experienced lawyer. The amount you are entitled to may be a lot higher than the insurance company wants you to know.
Don’t rush to accept a quick offer. The insurance settlement may look good on paper, but it may not cover the total amount of your financial damages over a lifetime. I offer a free consultation to explain your rights and determine whether you could seek additional compensation.
Using My Experience To Benefit My Clients
Call 610-258-9955 or use the email contact form to request a free consultation with an experienced Allentown distracted driving accident lawyer. If your injuries or circumstances won’t allow you to travel, I may be able to arrange a meeting at a location and time convenient for you and your family. I handle all car accident cases on a contingency fee basis, which means you do not pay attorneys’ fees* unless and until we win.
*Prior to signing a retainer agreement, we will fully explain certain costs or expenses you may be responsible for in the event that no recovery is obtained.