If you have a son or daughter, you know how popular text messaging is among young people. But this method of communication has deadly consequences if it is used while driving. The number of texting while driving-related accidents is on a steady increase. If you were involved in a car accident that was the result of a driver texting while driving, you should contact our Southern Indiana car accident lawyer to assist you to pursue full compensation. At SedwickLaw, PC, my firm can help you evaluate your case.
Don't suffer by trying to pay costly hospital bills without help. If you contact me, I will do my best to get a settlement to help you after your accident. Maximum Compensation is Our Goal!
The consequences for these accidents can be serious. You could be stuck paying thousands of dollars in hospital bills as a result of an accident. You could have been forced to take time off of work to recover, which could put further strain on your finances. You may require months or longer to regain your health and the ability to function normally, or the injuries could have permanent consequences. There are numerous factors you could be dealing with as a result of a texting while driving accident, and you deserve financial compensation for any hardship the accident brought you. This was not your fault, so you should not be paying huge bills due to another driver's negligence. As a trusted and experienced personal injury lawyer, I will work hard to get you a settlement to help you move on with your life.
If you have been affected by a texting while driving accident, contact me, attorney Marc Sedwick, for professional counsel. I will help you fight for justice and full compensation.
Texting while driving is, without a doubt, a form of reckless driving. Most people are aware that drinking and driving is extremely dangerous, but did you know that distracted driving is, in fact, the number one cause of car crashes? The US Department of Transportation notes that DUI is only the third most common cause of car accidents, while speeding is the second most common, and distracted driving -- including texting while driving -- causes the biggest number of traffic accidents in the United States.