Charleston Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer
Life is busy for many people: work, school, children's activities, family commitments — the list can feel never-ending. We have so much to get done that we try to pack as many things into our lives as possible. When lists are long and the clock runs short, too many drivers are using their travel time to check another task of their to-do list, rather than pay attention to the road.
If you have been seriously injured in an accident caused by a distracted driver, the Charleston distracted driving accident attorneys at the Rosen Law Firm, can help. Our lawyers work hard to represent seriously injured people and grieving families recover compensation for losses caused by others.
Early investigation and taking steps to preserve evidence are often critical keys to success. For this reason, it is important to speak with us as soon as you are able.
South Carolina Inattentive Driver Attorney
Distracted driving includes more than just talking on a cell phone or texting-while-driving. Any nondriving activity that has the potential to take a driver's attention away from the primary task of driving can be considered distracting. This includes:
- Eating and drinking
- Talking to passengers
- Putting on makeup or other grooming
- Reading, including maps
- Using a GPS or navigation system
- Watching a video
- Changing the radio station, CD, or Mp3 player.
Unfortunately, these distractions can lead to a serious motor vehicle accident. When you are the one injured because of a distracted driver, the reasons for not paying full attention to the road are never good enough.
Contact Our Tri-County Area Law Office
If you or a loved one is suffering from a pedestrian injury caused by a distracted driver, call our Charleston, South Carolina, law offices today at 843-377-1700. You can also contact our personal injury law firm to arrange a free consultation. We are available for evening and off-site appointments and handle distracted driving cases on a contingency fee basis. You pay no attorneys' fees unless we obtain a verdict or settlement in your case.