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Texting And Driving Is Illegal. We Can Help You Enforce the Law.

Some outside distractions are hard to avoid when you are driving. However, those relating to phones, GPS and other electrical devices can and should be avoided at all times when operating a vehicle – especially 18-wheelers and other oversized trucks that have a much greater potential for catastrophic injuries.

Here at AA Law, we have come to find that accidents caused by driver or company negligence and carelessness are not accidents at all; they are wholly preventable incidences that often lead to the deaths of innocent drivers.

Texting While Driving Accident Lawyers Who Will Fight For You

Proving in a court of law that distracted driving was the cause of an accident you were involved in can be very challenging, but it is not impossible.

We have successfully assisted our injured clients with their personal injury cases that resulted from distracted behavior involving:

  • Talking on a cellphone
  • Texting
  • Using GPS
  • Using musical devices and radios
  • Eating

Distracted driving isn’t restricted to the use of cellphones and other electric devices. Tired driving and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs can also be deadly forms of distraction.

Our achievements in distracted driving cases hinge on our team’s innovative and thorough investigation strategies. Depending on the circumstances, we may be able to collect information from a truck’s electronic control module, or black box, in order to learn about what was happening inside the cab right before the crash took place. If a truck driver denies that he was not on his phone during the accident, we will work to acquire phone records that will prove he was using his phone at the time of the wreck.

Contact AA Law Today

We want to help you. We invite you to call AA Law today to speak to an experienced personal injury attorney about your car, truck or motorcycle accident. Schedule a no-risk consultation with us at 478-474-AALAW (2252) or email us.

All of our personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we take on your case, there is no fee unless we recover damages for you.