Holding Distracted Attorneys Accountable
While teenagers have been found to be texting and driving frequently, they are not the only ones doing it. If you have been involved in a car accident in which the other driver was using a cellphone or otherwise distracted, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more.
At the Law Office of Patricia M. Jarzobski, P.C., we help individuals recover the compensation they need after serious car accidents.
Attorney Putting A Halt To Texting While Driving Accidents
There are many instances in which a driver can be negligently distracted. At our Colorado personal injury law firm, we have litigated numerous cases involving drivers who were distracted and caused serious injuries to other innocent individuals. The main causes of distracted driving accidents include:
- Talking on a cellphone
- Texting while driving
- Changing radio stations
- Speaking to others in the back seat
- Eating and driving
- Applying makeup and driving
- Searching the floor for dropped items
Staying On Top Of New Laws To Build Stronger Cases For You
New laws in Colorado make it illegal to text while driving. Not only is it extremely unsafe, but it is leading to more and more car accident fatalities and wrongful death claims each year. Other distracted driver laws recently passed have made it illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to use a cellphone at all while operating a motor vehicle.
You can rely on our experienced team to stay on top of new legislation to build the best case for your recovery.
Call Us Today For A Free Consultation
If you have questions regarding a cellphone-related accident or other distracted driving accident, call us at 303-322-3344 to discuss your specific situation. You may also contact our experienced Denver distracted driving accident lawyer Patricia Jarzobski online. Initial consultations are free of charge.