Chicago Texting while Driving Car Accident Attorneys
Mobile phones give drivers extra convenience, but with that convenience comes a significant amount of danger. The lure of sending a text while driving can often be too tempting, and the danger takes thousands of lives each year.
Drivers throughout Illinois are hit by distracted drivers each day, drivers who pay more attention to their mobile devices than the road in front of them. While we’ve all been warned and laws are in place to protect the public, the fact remains that distracted driving is a danger that becomes reality for far too many people.
Have You Been in an Accident?
If you’ve been in an auto accident, and think that the driver who hit you was distracted by a mobile device, there are steps you can take so the driver is accountable for your injuries and damages.
The Lamber-Goodnow Injury Law Team specializes in distracted driver cases – we’re leaders in legislation to prevent these types of accidents – and help clients every year fight back against drivers whose inattention cause pain, suffering, injury and worse.
From our Chicago office, we’ll aggressively fight for your case and seek compensation for any injuries and damages you’ve suffered. We fight for victims of serious auto accidents, and distracted-driving accidents are no different. We’ll investigate your accident – how it happened, the circumstances behind it, statements given to police, and more. If we suspect the driver was texting or talking on their phone when he/she caused the wreck, we can pull their phone records, interview witnesses and launch forensic investigations. When we sense that a driver might have been distracted, we are thorough and turn over every possible leaf.
In fact, partner attorney Marc Lamber is so passionate about this alarming trend that he’s personally started a powerful initiative to Stop Distracted Driving.
When you work with the Lamber-Goodnow Injury Law Team, you can enjoy the benefits of our No-Fee Promise. With it, you’re guaranteed that you won’t pay any fees or out-of-pocket costs for your case. We don’t get paid unless and until we recover funds for you through a settlement or a verdict.
And when you first contact us, there’s no obligation to file a suit or even hire us. Call us at (312) 757-777, 24/7 to speak to one of our attorneys so we can outline your options. We’ll listen to your situation, ask some questions, and give you an idea about how your case might proceed. We can also explain your options if you suspect that the other driver was distracted.