Georgetown Distracted Driving Lawyers

Drivers have more distractions on the road now more than ever. Cell phones, GPS navigators, and a tendency to multitask behind the wheel are all dangers that cause life-altering injury every day. When a driver gets distracted behind the wheel, they create a massive safety risk for everyone on the road. In fact, recent studies have shown that using your phone while driving impairs your judgment on a level comparable to driving while intoxicated. At Evans Moore, LLC, our distracted driving attorneys understand how car accidents turn lives upside down. Not only must you live with your injuries, but you are now facing the reality of costly medical bills, property damage, lack of transportation, and missed time at work because of another driver’s recklessness.

At Evans Moore, LLC, our legal team believes innocent passersby who suffer injury from another driver’s negligence are entitled to as much financial restitution as they need to heal from this unfortunate accident. While we know this is a very painful period to endure, our legal team can fight to recompense you for the many losses you have suffered. You are not helpless in addressing the person who caused your accident; allow us to fight for your legal rights and hold the person responsible for your injuries accountable for their actions.

Examples of Distracted Driving

Drivers have a legal duty to take special care in regard to the safety of others on the road because obstacles can unexpectedly present themselves at any moment. Unfortunately, most accidents are caused by some sort of driver error resulting from a medley of distractions, including:

  • Using your cell phone
  • Using a GPS
  • Self-grooming (fixing hair, putting on make-up, etc.)
  • Eating
  • Listening to loud music
  • Having an emotionally charged conversation
  • Tending to a pet or children

Proving a distracted driver was the cause of your accident is difficult. While electronic devices leave a record when they are used, other types of distracted driving—such as listening to loud music or personal grooming in the rearview mirror—are more challenging to provide evidence of without the help of a resourceful distracted driving attorney.

Contact a Distracted Driving Attorney

Just because you were the victim of another driver’s inattention does not mean you should be saddled with the burdens a car accident presents. At Evans Moore, LLC, our distracted driving attorneys believe you deserve better and are ready to fight for your just restitution. If you or someone you love has been the victim of a distracted driving accident, don’t hesitate to contact our Georgetown offices at (843) 995-5000 for support and guidance in your case.