Seguin Texting and Trucking
It is not uncommon for you to have been involved in an accident or know someone who has been involved in an accident directly caused by a driver who was texting. Texting and driving takes lives. Texting is the most dangerous form of distracted driving, and yet thousands of people continue to send and receive text messages while driving everyday. Despite many advocacy efforts as well as changes to state laws, texting and driving is still a widespread problem that we are faced with. If you or a family member were injured in a car accident caused by a driver who was texting, you have the right to take action. The first step toward justice is just a phone call away. Call Carabin & Shaw today we can help you.
In Texas there is a statewide ban on handheld cell phone use for all drivers and a ban on texting while driving for all drivers. Although texting and driving is illegal in 39 states and many other states have limited bans on texting and cell phone use people are still driving and texting and as a result cause accidents. Truck drivers who are texting cause the worst accidents on our roadways. Because trucks are so much bigger than passenger cars the risk of being injured is much greater. Some of the possible injuries that could be sustained as a result of a trucking accident include broken bones, head trauma, organ damage and in some cases death.
If you or your loved one has been involved in an accident and you believe that a truck driver who was texting contact caused the attorneys at Carabin & Shaw it. We will conduct our own investigation of your accident and gather all evidence including the phone records of the truck driver to build a strong solid case to get you the compensation that you deserve.Free consultation ▪ Se Habla Español ▪ Contact us day or night: 830.303.2288
If you have been in an accident as a result of a truck driver who was texting and driving contact Carabin & Shaw today via email, or by phone at 830.303.2288 day or night.