Distracted driving causes needless suffering. If you have suffered harm in an accident because someone was texting, call our West Virginia distracted driving lawyers at Manchin Injury Law Group. In a free consultation, one of our West Virginia car accident lawyers can explain your legal options and how we can help you recover compensation for a texting while driving accident.
Texting while driving is against the law for all drivers in West Virginia. But that does not stop this dangerous practice from happening. The result can be a serious T-bone or rear-end accident.
For more than 30 years, the Manchin Injury Law Group in Fairmont has been representing victims of motor vehicle accidents. Our West Virginia personal injury lawyers vigorously represent our clients, seeking maximum compensation for all losses, including medical costs, lost income, and pain and suffering.
Our firm wants to help you get the medical care and compensation that can enable you to rebuild your life.
In West Virginia, drivers under the age of 18 with learner’s permits or intermediate licenses are completely forbidden to operate a cell phone or hand-held device while driving. Drivers of all ages are prohibited from texting while driving.
Cell phones leave a trail of evidence. Our firm will act quickly to preserve this evidence. Evidence may include the cell phone itself and call records indicating the time the texting took place. In addition, information from the vehicle’s GPS can indicate the location and speed of the at-fault driver’s vehicle.
Our West Virginia distracted driving lawyers will also place a value on the full amount of your financial losses and suffering. The Manchin Injury Law Group will seek the best possible result for you.
Call the Manchin Injury Law Group at (304) 367-1862 or send us an email to learn how we can help you recover compensation.