Did you know that texting while driving makes you 23 times more likely to cause an accident? In fact, 30% of all car crashes in the United States are the result of drivers texting while driving. What’s more, texting while driving has been found to be more dangerous than driving under the influence of alcohol. Believe it or not, if you text while drive, the five seconds slower reaction time means that you will be traveling the length of a football field before you react to a possible accident – a sure fire way to get into trouble.
The reason why we emphasize the word cause in the previous paragraph is that, if you are in a car accident due to texting while driving – you will be held liable for the crash. And if anyone got hurt in the process, they may very well make a civil case against you for personal injury. Texting while driving is a form of negligence, one of the fundamental pillars on which a personal injury case is built against you.
A victim of an accident that you were responsible for due to texting while driving includes the following:
All of these can cost a pretty penny. And if you add these expenses to the legal costs you’ll have to ask yourself whether that text was that important.
If you’ve been in a car accident where you or the other driver has been texting while driving, you must contact an expert personal injury lawyer to evaluate your case. Linden Rozenberg’s experienced personal injury lawyers will evaluate your case for free. Contact us at 212-804-8440.
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