Protecting Your Rights After Distracted Driving Accidents

Distracted driving is a leading cause of car accidents nationwide. While distractions may take many forms, cellphone use is widespread and extremely unsafe.

In Illinois, texting while driving is illegal, and any cellphone use while driving must be through a hands-free device. Unfortunately, drivers ignore the law all too often, placing their own lives and those of others at risk.

Cellphone accidents and other types of distracted driving accidents warrant a thorough and prepared approach. At Kujawski Marcus, LLC, our attorneys will help you with your personal injury claim every step of the way.

Proven Results For Injury Victims

We believe that you should not have to bear the financial burden of a devastating accident caused by another driver's negligence and disregard for others. You may be entitled to significant compensation if another driver contributed to the accident by sending texts or was otherwise distracted while driving.

Our record of successful verdicts and settlements in auto accident cases demonstrates our diligence and dedication to helping injury victims recover full compensation.

Holding Distracted Drivers Accountable

Distractions can be visual, manual or cognitive. In addition to talking or texting while driving, other forms of distracted driving include:

  • Using Facebook, Twitter and other social media
  • Eating or drinking
  • Adjusting a GPS or navigation system
  • Putting on makeup or grooming

Following a car accident, you may not know whether the other driver was distracted. Our firm will conduct a thorough investigation to fully understand what happened. With the assistance of our experienced investigative staff, we will interview witnesses, review cellphone records and develop thorough documentation to strengthen your case.

Are You A Victim Of A Distracted Driving Accident?

If you or a loved one was injured in a distracted driving accident, schedule a free consultation by calling 800-624-4571 or by sending our team an email.