Distracted Driving And Accidents
At Ace Law Group, we are dedicated to winning. Our entire team is focused on providing our clients with a superior level of legal service. If you have been injured in an auto accident caused by a distracted driver, you need to contact us immediately. We understand how frustrating and confusing this time may be, which is why we are here to help. Whether you are suffering a serious injury or have lost a loved one, you deserve compassionate and effective representation. Let our award-winning attorneys provide the zealous counsel that you need.
With millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements recovered for our clients in the past, it is clear that our firm knows how to handle personal injury claims. We have also been given the 2013 Avvo Clients’ Choice Award for Personal Injury. When you work with our Las Vegas car accident attorneys, you can rest assured knowing your case is in experienced hands.
It is no secret that today’s drivers face more potential distractions than ever before. Smartphones, GPS, advanced sound systems and other modern car features make driving on the road extremely dangerous. Though these devices seem like minor distractions, even five seconds of misplaced attention can cause a serious accident or even death.
The most common causes of distracted driving accidents include:
- Talking on the phone
- Browsing the web via smartphone
- Eating or drinking
- Grooming or putting on makeup
- Playing with the radio or GPS
- Talking to passengers
- Tired or drowsy driving
Taking your attention off the road for just a few seconds can be fatal, even for experienced drivers. There have been numerous campaigns over the years that encourage drivers to stay focused and put away distractions, yet many still ignore these warnings and continue on in reckless driving habits. There is no excuse for a distracted driving accident.
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Do not hesitate to contact our Las Vegas personal injury attorneys if you have been injured in an accident caused by a distracted driver.