Distracted driving is one of the most frequent causes of accidents on highways in Texas and beyond. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nearly 20 percent of crashes that result in injury or death are the result of distracted driving. If you or a loved one has been harmed as a result of distracted driving, it is in your best interest to speak to Jim Terry and Trent Kelly of Terry & Kelly, PLLC about your rights.
By working with Jim and Trent — experienced Austin distracted driving attorneys — you can gain the peace of mind that comes from working directly with a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer at every stage of the legal process. Jim and Trent Austin Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys – handle their own cases at all times, and will never pass your case off to another attorney or legal assistant who is unfamiliar with your case.
Car accident cases can be extremely complex and require a thorough investigation and examination of evidence, including videos from traffic cameras, cellular phone records, and eyewitness testimony. We work hard to identify who is responsible for your injury and then pursue all available methods of compensation. Through our investigations, we often find that car accidents are not “accidents” at all and, instead, are the result of distracted driving such as:
Regardless of why the driver was distracted, it is in your best interest to find out how Jim and Trent Austin Distracted Driving Accident Attorney can protect your rights and maximize your compensation.
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If you have questions about your rights after a distracted driving accident, we have the answers you need. To learn more about the damages you may be entitled to collect, including compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and other damages, call Jim and Trent at 512-910-2000 or fill out our online contact form.