Accidents Caused by Distracted Drivers

Our Car Accident Lawyers Fight to Stop Distracted Driving

Driving while distracted can put countless people in danger of serious injury or even death, in the event of an auto accident. Unfortunately, many drivers throughout Los Angeles are guilty of this. Distracted driving may include all types of actions that take a driver’s attention from the road. Talking to a passenger, talking on the phone, adjusting the radio, texting while driving, eating, putting on makeup, drinking and smoking are all ways a driver can get distracted. The same applies to driving when tired, angry or ill.

These situations can delay reaction time or mean that a driver will not act cautiously and reasonably. When a driver takes his or her eyes and attention off the road for even a second, the results may be catastrophic. Talking with an accident lawyer is an important step to take if you were involved in an auto accident. Your vehicle may have been struck by a distracted driver, or perhaps you are being accused of causing the accident. Regardless of the particular situation, one of our experienced lawyers can talk to you about your particular case and your legal options. If we take on your case, we can work to bring a lawsuit against the driver who caused the accident.

Car Accident Attorney Bakersfield – Injured in a distracted driving accident?

Distracted driving may cause a car, truck, SUV, or motorcycle accident in the blink of an eye, leaving a victim or victims with catastrophic injuries and facing bleak futures. At Pacific Attorney Group, we believe that people guilty of driving while distracted should be held responsible for their actions. With our legal team’s experience and resources in this field, we may be able to help you win a settlement or jury award for your injuries.

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