Texting While Driving Accidents

West Plains Car Accident Lawyer

According to a 2010 report by the International Association for the Wireless Telecommunications Industry, 91% of Americans use cellphones and 47% have sent or read a text message while driving. Cell phones are a major cause of distracted driver accidents, and many states have passed laws prohibiting cell phone use while driving. If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you must seriously consider the possibility that the other driver was texting while driving.

A skilled West Plains, MO injury attorney can help you investigate the cause of your accident to determine if driver distraction played a role. With the assistance of a legal professional, you may be able to seek compensation from the other driver for the economic and non-economic damages you have suffered. There is a time limit for filing personal injury claims, and it is important to contact the team at Henry & Williams, P.C. immediately after your accident.

West Plains Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer

A study done by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety revealed that drivers who use handheld devices while driving are four times more likely to experience auto accident injuries than those who refrain. Our firm has witnessed the devastating injuries that victims can suffer because of a distracted driver, and we are passionate about helping injury victims seek justice.

We use our 60+ years of combined legal experience to provide high-quality legal representation for individuals and families who have been injured or killed because of the negligence of another, and we will never give up on your case. Our small law firm provides personalized legal counsel for each client and we do not charge fees unless we are successful in recovering a settlement on your behalf.

Contact a West Plains accident lawyer at Henry & Williams, P.C. to schedule your free consultation today!

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