Distracted Driving Causes Auto Accidents

Hundreds of people in Connecticut are hurt every year in crashes caused by drivers who were not paying attention to the road. Cellphones, DVD players and numerous other distractions lead to serious accidents and injuries, and those who are injured in these accidents deserve help from experienced attorneys who will stand up against this kind of conduct. Contact our skilled Norwich distracted driving accident lawyers for a free consultation.

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When the team at Beebe and O'Neil handles a car accident case, we fully investigate the possibility that the at-fault driver was not paying attention. Cellphone records, red-light cameras at intersections and other pieces of evidence can shed light on what really happened. Our personal injury lawyers are diligent and thorough in evidence gathering, a skill that is highly valuable when dealing with the insurance companies that defend negligent drivers.

Help For Victims Of All Forms Of Distracted Driving

While there are numerous distractions that can pull attention away from the road, cellphone use is perhaps the most common. Whether texting, reading email, scrolling through a list of contacts or pulling up a GPS app, drivers sacrifice precious seconds of situational awareness to looking at their cellphone screen. In fact, one classic University of Utah study demonstrated motorists who talk on hand-held or hands-free cellular phones are as impaired as drunken drivers.

Though cellphone use may be today's most publicized form of distracted driving, many other behaviors result in auto accidents each year. At Beebe and O'Neil, we have handled distracted driving claims involving:

  • Eating or drinking in the car
  • Adjusting the radio
  • Programming navigation systems
  • Using in-car DVD players
  • Disciplining children
  • Putting on makeup or fixing your hair

Hurt In An Accident Involving A Cellphone? Our Attorneys Can Help.

If you were injured by a distracted driver in Norwich or anywhere in Connecticut, talk to a lawyer at Beebe and O'Neil about your potential legal options. You can call us at 860-222-2021 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation.

Our firm handles personal injury cases on a standard contingency fee basis. If we do not obtain compensation for you, you will not have to pay attorney's fees. In the event we do not recover, you will still be responsible for court costs and other litigation expenses.