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Injured By A Driver Who Was Texting While Driving?

People have many communication options available to them, including being able to text while driving. The easy access to cellphones has led to a lack of safety on the road with unfortunate consequences for many people.

It isn’t uncommon to see someone driving a car while listening to music and texting – at the same time. Needless to say, multitasking leads to carelessness and mistakes, especially while driving. This trend has led to a rise in the number of road accidents all over America. Many states, including New York, have passed laws against texting while driving. But does this help? Unfortunately, drivers seem to still be willing to take the risk, hoping to pass under the radar and continue to do it regardless of the hazards involved.

The founders of the Law Offices of Ira M. Perlman, P.C. & Robert D. Rosen, P.C., have dedicated our law firm to make sure people are held accountable for their negligence on the road. If you or your loved one has been injured in a texting while driving accident, contact our office right away so you can receive the compensation you deserve.

New York Texting While Driving Auto Accidents Continue To Rise

Reports of accidents caused by irresponsible drivers who continue to text while driving have been on the rise in the New York City area.

On a national level, nearly 6,000 deaths and half a million injuries are caused by distracted drivers texting on cellphones every year. Research says that for every six seconds of drive time, a driver is sending or receiving a text message and 4.6 of those seconds are spent with their eyes off the road.

Teenagers Are Not The Only Ones Responsible For Texting While Driving Auto Accidents

It would be hasty to assume that this is only common among teenagers because one-fifth of adult drivers in the United States send text messages while driving.

A study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that motorists who use cellphones while driving are four times more likely to get into serious crashes. Some of the damages that these accidents cause include:

  • Loss of wages
  • Medical bills
  • Pain and suffering
  • Long-term or permanent loss of physical capacity
  • Death resulting in financial hardship to a family

This offense is now being treated with the same seriousness as drinking and driving.

The Law Offices of Ira M. Perlman, P.C. & Robert D. Rosen, P.C., finds it heartbreaking when you or a loved one suffers an injury because of a negligent driver being distracted by texting. Negligent drivers should be held accountable for their actions resulting from texting while driving.

If you or a loved one is in need of an experienced attorney to aggressively and personally represent you due to a texting while driving accident in New York, please contact the Law Offices of Ira M. Perlman, P.C. & Robert D. Rosen, P.C., online or at 212-668-0100 for your free, confidential consultation.

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