Distracted Driving

Accidents Caused By Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a plague of our times when drivers routinely use mobile devices such as cellphones, GPS systems and tablet computers while at the wheel. During traffic jams, drivers sitting for long periods may be able to access such devices with little risk involved. However, when traffic is moving, a driver must give full attention to surroundings, including stop signs, curves in the road and movements of other vehicles, pedestrians or bicyclists, to name a few potential hazards.

A Thorough Investigation Can Reveal Cellphone Use At The Time Of The Accident

If you were injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident, part of a thorough investigation should include a review of any evidence that a driver was distracted while texting, changing radio stations or engaging in heated discussions with passengers. We can subpoena cellphone records, interview eyewitnesses and review police reports in search of likely causes. If we uncover evidence of distracted driving, we are prepared to use this information as we prepare compelling arguments on your behalf.

Time and again, our legal team has successfully recovered substantial compensation for clients who were injured because of distracted driving. Our clients may have been drivers, passengers in a car with a distracted driver at the wheel, pedestrians and bicyclists. We are prepared to use our skills on behalf of the seriously injured regardless of the circumstances of your accident.

Among attorneys at Paris & Chaikin, PLLC, there are board of director members of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. There are also members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Our track record of results speaks for itself.

Our New York City Attorneys For Distracted Driving Accidents Offer Free Consultations

Contact a personal injury lawyer at Paris & Chaikin, PLLC, in Manhattan by calling 212-742-0476 or sending an email through this website. We represent accident victims on a contingency basis. That usually means you will owe no attorneys’ fees until the conclusion of your case.*

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*Subject to case review and evaluation, and at the firm’s discretion.