Driver Distraction Accidents in Oregon and Washington Demand Serious Representation
There are many distractions for drivers, especially as technology advances and more gadgets get in the hands of drivers:
- A motorist may be sending text messages, which increases the risk of an accident by 23 times.
- A driver may be using portable electronic device, such as an MP3 player or personal digital assistant (PDA), eating while driving, changing stations on a stereo, or even looking at the scene of another accident.
- A passenger may also distract the driver.
Those are just a few examples of driver distraction. Whatever type of driver distraction caused your accident, you deserve an experienced attorney in your corner. If you were injured due to driver distraction, or a loved one was injured or killed, contact Zbinden & Curtis today for a free, no-obligation consultation.
Accidents caused by driver distraction can result in serious injuries or even a wrongful death. A typical type of crash stemming from distracted driving is a rear-end collision, which can occur when a distracted motorist looks away from the road for even a second or two.
Who is at Risk in Driver Distraction Accidents?
Pedestrians are also at risk of injuries due to driver distraction. A driver who is preoccupied may not see someone walking in a crosswalk.
If you were injured in a driver distraction accident, don't let the insurance company representatives and adjusters push you around. Level the playing field. Retain a tough-minded law firm. At Zbinden & Curtis, we take aggressive action against the insurance companies in our pursuit of maximum compensation for our clients.
Contact a Driver Distraction Attorney Today
At Zbinden & Curtis, we're prepared to fight aggressively for our clients. Contact a driver distraction attorney today for a free and confidential consultation. Our goal is to obtain the maximum compensation allowed by law.
Don't delay. Get in touch with Zbinden & Curtis today.