Distracted Driving Accidents

Texting and Driving AttorneyAs technology advances, so does the American public's obsession with using it at every hour of every day. Nowhere is this more apparent than the use of the cellphone while driving. When a person is behind the wheel, he or she should be concentrating on driving and nothing else. Still, people are constantly making phone calls, sending texts, getting directions or using other applications when they should be focused on the road ahead.

The injuries in cell phone-related accidents can be much more severe than in other accidents. To use a cellphone, the driver must take his or her eyes off the road. If traffic stops suddenly and the driver is looking down, he or she may not have time to hit the brakes before crashing into the car ahead. Distracted drivers are also prone to drifting into adjacent lanes. If the driver drifts into oncoming traffic, it could result in a full-speed, head-on collision.

Committed to the Success of Your Case
At the law firm of William E Johnson, PA we represent clients in serious car accident claims that result in severe injuries to the victims. Our experience in these matters has given us a clear understanding of the types of injuries victims can suffer and the level of medical care and treatment necessary to recover.

We have helped countless clients who have been injured in Florida car accidents caused by cellphone usage. Attorneys at our firm have a complete understanding of the benefits provided to injury victims under the law, and we fight aggressively to secure compensation that accommodates your current and future needs.
Discuss Your Distracted Driver Accident With a Lawyer

Contact our office to schedule a free consultation where you can speak with an attorney about the injuries you have suffered at the hands of a distracted driver. We will give you an honest assessment of your case and explain your legal options. You can reach us by phone at 561-832-4848 or you can contact us via e-mail.

Every case we accept is handled on a contingency basis, so you won't be charged any attorney's fees unless we win.