Phoenix Texting and Driving Attorney

It’s absolutely hard to believe considering the numerous accidents and even fatalities that result from texting and driving, it is not illegal to text and drive in Arizona. Some surrounding cities in the phoenix are promoting against texting and driving, very few citations are actually written as the current law is very difficult for police to enforce. However If you or a loved one have been involved in an accident that was caused by the negligence of a distracted or texting driver, pursuing compensation is well within your lawful rights. The attorneys of Phoenix Car Accident dot Com are committed to helping you resolve your texting and distracted driver legal issues. We always offer a free legal consultation to discuss your case with no obligation

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Texting and Driving Facts Are Very Disconcerting

Texting while driving is considered one of the most dangerous of all distracted driving behaviors. Some of the most revealing information about texting and driving are contained in these two facts as per Distraction.gov.

Text messaging while driving creates a crash risk that is 23 times worse than driving while not distracted”
“Sending or receiving a text takes a driver’s eyes from the road for an average of 4.6 seconds, the equivalent – at 55 mph – of driving the length of an entire football field, blind.” (source: Distraction.gov)

More Texting and Driving Information

On a daily basis as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Injury Prevention and Control
More than 9 people are killed by a distracted driver
More than 1,060 people are injured in crashes due to a distracted driver
Further they point out there are three categories of distraction: visual, manual and cognitive.
Visual: when the eyes are taken off the road
Manual: when the hands are taken off the steering wheel
Cognitive: when the mind is taken off driving
During texting and driving, the driver is distracted in all three ways – visually, manually and cognitively

So that means triple jeopardy for all other drivers and pedestrians near a distracted driver and that could be you or a loved one

So let’s review when you or a loved one are injured because a negligent driver who decided to text while driving or even was talking on their smartphone while driving, you can seek out compensation for their negligent conduct. Compensation typically covers medical and hospital costs, pain and suffering, income loss, property damage and more. We consider it crucial to discuss your case with the lawyers of Phoenix Car Accident dot com to protect your rights to compensation.  Always be aware legal cases concerning motor vehicle accidents have to be filed usually within two years after injury or wrongful death as this is the statute of limitations in the state of Arizona.

Complimentary Case Review for Victims of Distracted Drivers; No Fees Unless We Win or Settle Your Case.

Call Us now 602.456.7252 and we will provide you a “one on one” personal injury attorney who will aggressively represent you from the get go and all the way to your successful settlement and there are never any legal fees unless we win your case.

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