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Distracted Driving Is Dangerous

Texting drivers are more likely to cause vehicle accidents than drunk drivers. In 2010, the state of Massachusetts banned texting while driving, making it a crime to do so. However, people are still engaging in this behavior. This is one of the most common and dangerous forms of reckless driving emerging in recent years with young teenage drivers among the leaders in this activity.

After being injured by a driver who was texting while driving, turn to our lawyers at The Law Offices of Joseph J. Cariglia, P.C. We have more than 50 years of experience handling all aspects of car accident cases, including those caused by someone texting while driving.

Take action against a negligent driver who was texting while driving. Contact our firm today by calling 866-491-6561.

Texting While Driving Accidents

If you have been injured in a car accident of any kind, the situation is bad enough. But if the cause of the accident and all of the catastrophic injuries you have had to suffer were caused by someone’s blatantly irresponsible cellphone use on the road, the situation is tragic. After almost a half-century of handling car accident cases throughout Massachusetts, we know how to get the best compensation award for your texting/email accident litigation.

Don’t Stand Alone Against Big Insurance Companies

If you’ve been in a car accident, it is important that you do not talk with the insurance companies. Whether it is the representative of your insurance company calling to adjust your claim, or that of the texting driver’s insurance company “just calling to see how you’re doing,” do not talk with him or her. The fact is they are experts at getting people to say the wrong things to lower their financial compensation awards.

Contact An Experienced Auto Accident Attorney

To contact one of our lawyers for a free initial consultation, either call our Worcester office at 866-491-6561 or contact the firm online.

Our Massachusetts lawyers understand how to fight for the compensation you deserve in distracted driving cases. And you will not have to pay us until we win that compensation. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you will not be asked to pay attorney fees until we start collecting on a settlement or verdict.