Driving While Texting Causes Injuries that Qualify for Compensation

Acclaimed Car Accident Attorney Recovers Compensation for Victims' Injuries

Using a cell phone for talking or texting while driving creates a risk similar to those who choose to drive while intoxicated. While Texas has no state law regarding cell phone use and driving, our aggressive car accident attorney can put together a strong case to recover financial damages if you or a loved one were injured by another driver who was texting while behind the wheel.

McGartland Law Firm, PLLC focuses exclusively on pursuing financial damages for those harmed by the negligent behavior of another and have recovered millions of dollars in compensation in our over 25 years of experience. Founding attorney Michael McGartland is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, an honor awarded to only 7,000 of the more than 70,000 Texas attorneys.

Don’t Pay for Injuries Someone Else Caused

Use of a cell phone while behind the wheel can be a significant part of your claim for damages since it can be considered evidence of gross negligence. Juries consider texting careless behavior and can result in awarding you the compensation you need to cover your injury-related expenses.

Common injuries in driving while texting include:

  • Head trauma
  • Bone fractures
  • Internal bleeding
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Paralysis

The last thing you should have to worry about when you are trying to recover from a terrible car accident is your legal claim. Let our car accident lawyer work to put together your claim for compensation on your behalf.

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You could be left facing excessive medical costs after being the victim of a driving while texting accident such as hospital bills, lost pay form work, and physical therapy. A successful personal injury suit can compensate you for these losses and even for non-physical harm such as emotional distress.

You only have limited time to file a personal injury suit before the statute of limitations expires and you will be unable to collect damages. Speak with McGartland Law Firm, PLLC to begin your claim for compensation today!

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