New York Distracted Driver Accident Lawyers

In addition to drunk drivers, serious accidents and injuries are caused by distracted drivers such as those using cell phones. New York drivers can use cell phones only if they are operated hands-free. Because of the dangers of distracted driving, New York revised the law governing handheld cell phones and driving use in February 2011. Now, two points will be added to an offender's license for using a handheld cell phone while driving.

If you or a family member has been injured by a distracted driver, you can take action. Subin Associates represents injury victims as well as people who have lost a loved one to wrongful death. You can trust our experience with serious injury claims.

Whether we negotiate a settlement or take the case to trial, we will pursue your claim until we get results. Call our New York distracted driver accident attorneys at 877-265-4065.

Seeking Compensation For Serious Injuries

A University of Utah study reports that cell phone use impairs drivers as much as having a blood alcohol content of .08 percent. Our New York distracted driver accident attorneys will investigate your accident to determine liability and hold the negligent party accountable for using a handheld cell phone to talk, text, email, use the Internet, take photos, or play games or music.

Accidents caused by distracted drivers can cause serious injuries such as broken bones, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), back injuries, neck injuries and spinal cord injuries. Any of these injuries may result in temporary or permanent disability.

Our lawyers work with medical and financial experts to demonstrate our clients' need for compensation for medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and additional related expenses.

Call Our Attorneys About Texting Accidents In New York

We are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 877-265-4065 or contact our New York law firm online. We take every personal injury case on a contingency basis, which means that you don't pay any attorney's fees unless we recover compensation for you.

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