Kansas City Distracted Driving Accidents Lawyer
Information About Distracted Driving Accidents
Distracted driving has always been a leading
cause of car accidents, but with the proliferation of cell phones and smartphones, which makes
it possible to talk, text, check email, and even surf the internet, it
has become a problem of epidemic proportions. Distracted drivers endanger
not only themselves but also everyone else on the road. If you or a loved
one has been injured in an accident that was caused by some form of driver
contact us at the Montee Law Firm, P.C. for help from a team with more than a century of combined experience.
We have recovered more than $250 million in verdicts and settlements for
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,477
people were killed by distracted drivers in 2015 alone, and another 391,000
were injured. A study conducted at Monash University concludes that a
driver is four times more likely to be involved in an accident while using
a cell phone or other hand-held device, while a report from the Virginia
Tech Transportation Institute demonstrates that texting while driving
increases the likelihood of an accident by a factor of twenty-three.
If you were injured by a driver who was distracted in any way, let us help
you claim the compensation you deserve. We will gather all the evidence
to support your claim and will work diligently to hold the driver liable
for your medical bills, your lost income and the pain, suffering and emotional
distress you have experienced.
Kansas City Car Accident Lawyer Fighting for You
Kansas City car accident attorney from our firm in your case can dramatically improve your chances of recovering
the settlement you deserve. When another driver has caused your injuries through
negligence, you are entitled to financial compensation, but there is no guarantee
that you will receive anything at all without a fight.
Contact the Montee Law Firm, P.C. now for a consultation with an attorney from our firm and to learn more
about how we can help you hold the distracted driver accountable for your injuries.