Instinct and commonsense tell us that we need to be paying close attention while operating a motor vehicle. All too often, however, people try to multi-task while driving. The results can be deadly.
If you or someone close to you has been injured by a distracted driver, the attorneys at Nagle & Associates, P.A., can help you explore all available avenues of compensation. We are dedicated to helping accident victims secure maximum payment for accident results and holding careless drivers accountable for their actions.
Have You Been Injured by a Distracted Driver?
A study conducted by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) concludes that in 2009, 20 percent of all auto accident injuries involved reports of distracted driving. Driver distractions can come from within the vehicle and from the outside driving environment. Examples of distracted driving include:
- Talking on the cell phone
- Texting while driving
- Personal grooming
- Operating the radio/CD player
- Using a navigation system
- Tending to children
- Eating and drinking
- Looking at things outside the car (rubbernecking)
In handling a car accident case, our Greensboro distracted driving lawyers carefully investigate the accident to determine if distracted driving or other factors contributed to the accident. Our auto accident lawyers will aggressively advocate your rights to secure maximum compensation for ALL collision related losses.
Contact Us • North Carolina Driver Texting Lawyer
Winston-Salem personal injury attorney Carl Nagle is a former insurance adjuster and insurance defense lawyer. This knowledge and direct insurance industry experience helps our firm's clients get the most out of distracted driver accident claims.
For a free consultation, call Nagle & Associates toll free at (800) 411-1583, or contact us by e-mail. We offer FREE no hassle, no obligation consultations with a skilled North Carolina distracted driving lawyer. We aggressively defend people who have been injured in accidents due to someone else's negligence in Winston-Salem, Raleigh, Charlotte, throughout North Carolina and nationwide.