Texting While Driving Accidents
Driving and Texting Injury Claims in Cincinnati
Texting and driving has reached epidemic proportions in the United States
over the past few years. In 2011, 23 percent of
car accidents involved the use of a cell phone. This means 1.3 million crashes were
caused by a driver that was distracted by using a cell phone. In a recent
poll, nearly 80% of young adults stated that they were confident in their
ability to text while driving. When traveling at high speeds, taking one's
eyes off the road for a matter of seconds can have deadly consequences.
Why Retain Our Cincinnati Accident Lawyers?
Daniel N. Moore and
Donald C. Moore, Jr. have extensive experience representing those injured by negligent and
reckless drivers. In addition to over 30 years of experience, founding
attorney Donald C. Moore Jr. has received an AV® Preeminent Rating
from Martindale-Hubbell®. He has also been named to the Ohio Super
Lawyers® list for the past 6 years.
Both of our attorneys have a 10.0 Superb Avvo® Rating. Please speak
with a Cincinnati car accident attorney from our firm today. We stand
by our clients from the beginning through to a final resolution, and we
genuinely care about each person we represent.
Driving and Texting: A Deadly Mix
When it comes to a texting and driving case, it is extremely important
that critical aspects of the evidence are gathered and preserved for later
use. Your attorney must be able to provide the proper evidence to show
that the other driver was in fact texting at the time of the accident.
The most tragic aspect of these types of cases is that
spinal cord injuries,
traumatic brain injuries, and
wrongful death could have been avoided had the driver not been distracted. These are
serious cases caused by very specific acts of
driver negligence and should be handled by a seasoned attorney.
Call our Cincinnati car accident firm today for a free consultation of your case.