Texting & Driving Accidents

Salisbury Car Accident Attorney

Have you been injured in a car accident that you know was not your fault? Have you considered that the other driver may have been texting and driving? If you can prove that they were negligently using their smartphone behind the wheel, the strength of your claim is sure to increase.

At William R. Hall, P.A., our Salisbury car accident attorney is passionate about helping people gain maximum compensation for their injuries. Through intelligent case design, thorough investigations, and total understanding of the law, we may be able to show that the other driver was texting at the time of the collision, reducing your liability to zero. Let us go into your legal options in more detail by setting up your FREE case evaluation today.

Why Texting & Driving is So Dangerous

Out of all the distracting activities someone can do while driving, such as eating or conversing with passengers, texting and using a smartphone for similar purposes is by far the most dangerous. The problem has become so widespread that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that at least 25% of all fatal car accidents involved one or more drivers who were sending or reading a text message. With so many drivers engaging in cellphone use behind the wheel, the odds suggest that the person who hit you was as well, and that they were significantly distracted.

Texting and driving is so dangerous because it engages a driver in three forms of distraction:

  1. Visual: The driver removes their eyes from the road to look at the smartphone or hands-free display.
  2. Manual: The driver removes their hands from the steering wheel to grab their cellphone or navigate on the hands-free display.
  3. Cognitive: The driver removes their focus and mind from the task of driving so they can think about what they want to say or what has been said.

Work with Top 100 Trial Lawyer

Salisbury Personal Injury Attorney William Hall has been invited to the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers, a nomination only given to attorneys who have consistently shown their understanding of the law, professionalism in and out of court, and genuine compassion for their clients’ strife. If you want to work with someone of that caliber for your texting and driving accident case, you should call 410.205.1684 today.

What are some reasons to choose my Salisbury defense & injury law firm?

  • Top 1% of Attorneys - voted by National Association of Distinguished Counsel
  • Invited to the National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • Former prosecutor with trial-tested insights for your defense
  • Rated 9.8 / 10.0 Superb by Avvo for experience and professionalism