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Texting & Driving Accidents

Hit by a driver who was texting? Call an attorney.

Were you involved in a traffic accident with someone who was texting while driving? While advances in modern cellular technology have changed the way we live and connect with one another, it has presented a serious hazard on America’s roadways. Texting while driving and other cellphone use are responsible for thousands of fatalities in auto accidents every year.

If you had your life changed in an instant by this dangerous form of driver negligence, we’re ready to serve you. Over our years in practice, we have successfully recovered millions in settlements and verdicts for our clients.

For a free case evaluation, call (229) 515-8585. We are here to protect your rights after a texting while driving accident.

Why Choose The King Firm?

  • In almost all cases, we don’t charge a fee unless we win.
  • We serve all of South Georgia.
  • We offer free case evaluations.
  • We have a former insurance defense attorney on our team.
  • We do not rest until we have secured the best possible result.

The Known Dangers of Texting While Driving

Distracted driving refers to any activity that could divert a driver’s attention away from the primary task of driving. While all distractions endanger driver, passenger, and pedestrian safety, texting while driving is by far the most alarming form of driver distraction that exists today.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been leading the movement against distracted driving. According to the NHTSA, distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic that resulted in 3,328 fatalities and approximately 421,000 injuries in 2012 alone.

The NHTSA has presented the following facts about texting while driving:

  • 71 percent of teens say they have composed/sent text messages while driving.
  • At any given moment, 660,000 drivers in the U.S. are using their cell phones or electronic devices.
  • Your eyes are off the road for an average of five seconds while texting. At 55 mph, that’s the equivalent of driving the length of a football field while blindfolded.

Now Is the Time to Call an Auto Accident Lawyer in South Georgia

In Georgia, there is a ban on all cell phone use for bus drivers and novice drivers, and there is a statewide ban on texting while driving for all drivers. While these bans were put in place for good reason, not all drivers act responsibly and follow the rules.

If you were injured as a result of someone who was texting while driving, you deserve to be properly compensated. You don’t have time for unnecessary delays or insurance games, because the results do matter.

Take action by calling The King Firm today at (229) 515-8585.

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