Hurt By A Distracted Driver?

No matter where you drive, you see them. Drivers, looking at their laps, slowing leaving stoplights, driving too slowly or erratically. They may be texting, or checking Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. While smartphones, with their infinite supply of content, are the latest and most powerful source of distraction for drivers, they are not the only one.

Distraction Often Leads To Serious Accidents

Police often report drivers engaging in conduct like putting on makeup, shaving or reading papers or other texts all while driving. But distracted driving can be deadly and it can leave its victims with injuries they will carry the rest of their lives.

At Glenda Mitchell Law Firm, our lawyer knows you may be dealing with the medical expenses caused by this conduct and we can help. We know how to investigate these crashes and look for the tell-tale signs that a driver was distracted, like the failure to use their brakes in a rear-end collision.

Risks Range From Smartphones To Fast Food

Studies have found that drivers can be distracted by inexhaustible supply of items. They eat, drink, smoke, work, read, text, daydream and virtually every other conduct in which humans engage. Smartphone, which really are less phone and more cellular-connected internet computers, allow people to be distracted by millions of sites.

Sometimes it seems absurd, as when one driver video streamed her drunk driving. But it is likely that tens of thousands of motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians are injured and thousands are killed every year by this type of negligent driving. If you have been hurt or a family member killed, you want compensation and justice. Our attorney zealously works to hold these individuals accountable for their appalling negligence.

Contact Our Attorney Today For Help

If you have been injured in a crash with a suspected distracted driver, call our Cartersville office in Georgia at 770-800-1520 for a free initial consultation and in South Carolina, call our Greenville office at 864-326-3073, or use our convenient online form.