Houston Texting And Driving Accident Attorney

We've all seen drivers do it. Many of us would even admit to doing it ourselves from time to time. Whether stuck in traffic on the freeway or stopped at a red light, texting and other cellphone use have become a common way to stay in touch or even get a little bit extra work done while on the road.

What can seem like a harmless distraction, however, can drastically change the lives of families when a distracted driver causes a motor vehicle accident that leads to serious injuries or even death. In these cases, it is especially important that the victims have qualified, aggressive legal representation to help them get the compensation they need to treat their injuries and cover the pain, suffering and lost wages that a serious car crash can cause.

Studies have shown that texting while driving and other distractions can mimic — and even exceed — the effects of drunk driving. Our experienced Texas attorneys help victims hold distracted drivers responsible for the pain and suffering they cause.

Working Diligently To Help You Get The Compensation You Deserve

Although Texas has banned texting and driving and other handheld phone use in school zones, there is no general ban on texting while driving. This does not mean that someone injured by a driver who was distracted by a cellphone has no case.

Our attorneys begin working hard the minute our clients meet with us to look for evidence that can be used to strengthen a case against a negligent driver. We can obtain call and text records, and we work with medical experts and crash analysts to show how distracted drivers caused collisions that injured our clients. While the government does its job of prosecuting the driver in the criminal justice system, we do our job of fighting for the compensation you deserve.

Learn How Our Firm Can Assist You — Call Today For A Free Consultation

Speak with an experienced Houston texting and driving accident lawyer about your injuries and learn if you have a case. Contact us today: call 281-407-6611 or toll free 800-346-0139, or send an email.

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