Arizona Texting and Driving Car Accident Lawyer
Representing Victims of Accidents Caused by Distracted Drivers
Texting and driving accidents are becoming more prevalent in Arizona with each passing year. The fact is that cell phones have become so engrained in our lives that most people see them as merely an extension of themselves, and having become increasingly adept at multitasking with phones, many people forget sometimes how dangerous mixing cell phones and certain activities, like driving, can really be.
The lack of car accident laws in Arizona demanding that drivers put down their cell phones while operating a vehicle gives motorists even more reasons to press their luck and drive while talking or texting. Many people think if it isn't against the law, it can't be that dangerous, can it? If you were recently the victim of a collision caused by a distracted driver who was driving and texting, then you have firsthand experience with the answer to that question, and your injuries are a testament to the dangers of texting and driving. For a better understanding of these accidents and what your rights are in the aftermath, read on, then reach out to the Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
What Are Some Types of Accidents That Result From Arizona Texting and Driving?
- Head on collisions
- Sideswipe accidents
- Roll over collisions
- T-bone accidents at lights when making a left hand turn
- Hitting a pedestrian at a light when making a left hand turn or a right hand turn
- Hitting another car while backing out of a parking space, or possibly hitting a person
- Rear end car crashes
Free Review of Your Case by AZ Texting and Driving Accident Lawyers at Breyer Law Offices, P.C.
After you've been hit and injured by a driver who was distracted by their cell phone, you're going to need help making your case and getting the compensation you need and require for a full recovery. That's where The Husband & Wife Law Team come in. Our AZ car accident attorneys will provide a free review of your case to help you better understand what happened to you, to know your rights and options, and to give you the opportunity to get all the facts needed to make the right decision for yourself.
If you decide to move forward we will do all the heavy lifting for your case while you focus on getting better, and getting the care and rest you need. We build your case based on evidence and witness testimony, and work on your behalf to negotiate fair compensation that will pay not only for your medical care and vehicle damages, but other losses relates to your accident and injuries. To talk about your options now, without feeling pressured to move forward, contact Breyer Law Offices, P.C. at (602) 267-1280.