Accidents Caused By Texting While Driving

Recent changes in the laws in West Virginia now make it illegal to hold a portable device against your ear while driving. This essentially makes West Virginia a "hands-free" state, meaning that the only devices that can be used are bluetooth or nonhand-held devices. This is a safety precaution that is meant to prevent distracted driving accidents and minimize serious injuries caused by these accidents.

At The Law Firm of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC, our injury lawyers have been advocating for motor vehicle accident victims for decades. We are well-known in the Charleston area for our legal abilities and respected by our legal adversaries and judges alike.

Texting And Distracted Driving Accidents

It takes just seconds of looking away or responding to a quick message for an accident to occur. Within a split of second, your vehicle can get spun out of control with the only way of stopping if you collide with another object. Preventing distracted driving accidents is a priority for us at The Law Firm of Hill, Peterson, Carper, Bee & Deitzler, PLLC

Our lawyers handle all types of distracted driving accidents, including:

  • Texting while driving
  • Crashes involving iPod or iPad use
  • Collisions caused by distractions from GPS or related devices

Our team utilizes state-of-the-art technology to gather and present evidence in trial. We continue to maintain a proven track record in personal injury law and have the skills to take on even the most complicated injury cases.

Contact Our Charleston Car And Texting Accident Attorneys

If you or a family member has been involved in an accident where the other driver was texting while driving, contact our firm today at 304-205-1810 or 800-797-9730 to schedule a free initial consultation.