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You Should Not Have To Suffer For Their Distracted Driving – We Can Help

Cellphones have become an increasing distraction in vehicles for drivers. With everyone multitasking, talking and texting, drivers are less focused on the road than ever. This increase in cellphone usage has also led to an increase in accidents caused by these distracted drivers.

If you have been injured in an accident that was caused by a driver who was texting while driving or otherwise distracted, let us help. We at the law firm of Czachor, Polack + Borchardt, L.L.P., are experienced personal injury attorneys who have years of experience standing up for the rights of injured clients. Whether you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, broken bones or other injuries, we work to see that you get the compensation you deserve. Call 920-393-7603 to schedule your free initial consultation.

Laws Banning Texting While Driving

Wisconsin has enacted a law that bans text messaging while driving. However, this law only applies to the writing and sending of messages, not the reading of texts or using the internet. But if you were injured by someone who was using a cellphone in any capacity, while they may have not been breaking the law, they still is responsible for the accident that left you injured.

Teenage Drivers And Cellphones

It is important to note that it is illegal for all teenage drivers to use a cellphone in any capacity while behind the wheel of a car. If you were injured by a teenage driver who was using a cellphone, he or she is liable for your injuries, as his or her illegal activity directly contributed to the accident.

Pursuing Your Damage Recovery — Whatever The Distraction

In-vehicle distractions have always existed for drivers, well before the invention and proliferation of cellphones. We represent clients who have been injured by drivers who have been distracted by:

  • Other individuals in a vehicle
  • Eating while driving
  • Reading while driving
  • Applying makeup while driving
  • Pets in the vehicle

Contact A Seasoned Lawyer Today

We can help address any questions or concerns you may have after your cellphone accident. Get in touch with our firm for a free initial consultation at one of our three convenient Northeast Wisconsin locations. Please call toll-free at 920-393-7603 or email us. We offer flexible appointment hours.