Distracted Driving Accident Lawyers in Fort Lauderdale
When Inattentive Drivers Injure Others, Our Team Is Here
In today's world of ubiquitous smartphone and on-the-go lifestyles, it's no wonder distracted driving is one of the biggest causes of car accidents in Florida. If you find yourself seeking compensation for damage from a car accident caused by a driver who was not paying attention, we can help you strategize and navigate the legal system.
Distracted drivers should be held accountable for their actions. Filing an injury claim if you were seriously hurt by one can help you find justice. Our attorneys have over 50 years of experience serving the local community and are ready to fight for you. Client needs are always our priority, so reach out to us today to see how we can be of assistance to you.
Call our hardworking Fort Lauderdale attorneys at (888) 499-6206 to schedule a free consultation. We can help you find justice after an accident caused by a distracted driver.
Holding Careless Drivers Accountable
Everyone has seen it at some point: the driver next to you balancing a sandwich, a smartphone, and a soda, all while attempting to change the radio. Driving no longer gets most people’s full attention, and this trend is catastrophically affecting thousands of families each year.
Common distractions drivers encounter while driving include:
- Eating and drinking
- Texting/cell phone use
- Deep or heated conversations
- Reaching for an object in the car
- Changing radio stations
- Observing a traffic accident, or “rubber-necking”
When these drivers make a mistake, many of them won’t want to admit they were doing something else that likely contributed to the accident. Having a team of attorneys on your side can help you find the evidence you need to make your claim.
The Consequences of Texting and Driving
Most people realize that texting while driving is a risky activity, but few people really understand how deadly the consequences can be. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), it takes at least 5 seconds to read a text. During that time, a driver traveling 55 mph will cover the length of a football field. Their reduced attention means a longer reaction time, which can be the difference between a crash and a near miss.
Why is texting so dangerous? In addition to the inherent visual distraction, texting also poses a risk for both manual (hands off the wheel) and cognitive (mind off the road) distraction. Because of a phone’s distracting power, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that over 391,000 people have been injured by a texting driver, or because of their own distractions on the road. With 10% of those injuries resulting in fatalities, texting and driving is a risk no one can afford.
Recovered Millions in Compensation for Our Florida Clients
No matter what distractions caused the accident that injured you, you do not have to fight for justice on your own. Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. is ready to manage your accident case and answer any and all questions you may have regarding your right to compensation. Our client-focused attorneys offer honest guidance and compassionate support throughout the entire claims process.
We have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients thanks to our culture of hard work and personalized attention. As a family-owned firm, we are dedicated to doing good in our community—and holding distracted drivers accountable not only helps their victims, but can also teach others to make better choices. If you are ready to start your accident claim, reach out to us to learn more about your options.
Contact Rosenberg & Rosenberg, P.A. at (888) 499-6206 for your free consultation. Our distracted driver accident lawyers are here to help you maximize your compensation.
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