In today's increasingly busy and multitask-driven society, it is not uncommon for drivers to attempt to complete several tasks at once. When this distraction creates an unsafe environment for other drivers or passengers, those responsible must be held accountable for their negligence. If you or a loved one was injured in an accident caused by a distracted driver, schedule a free consultation with at our firm.
The New York distracted driving attorneys at Keogh Crispi, P.C., understand the challenges that face injured individuals. We tailor our research, investigation and preparation to your specific situation in order to develop a strong case strategy. We will negotiate with the liable party's insurance carrier on your behalf to reach a beneficial settlement. If a reasonable settlement is not forthcoming, we will pursue your case through all phases of trial litigation. Trust us to diligently fight to protect your best interests.
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The notion of distracted driving can encompass several different actions, including:
- Cellphone use
- Talking to passengers
- Personal grooming
- Changing CDs or radio stations
- Using a navigation system
Even drivers who feel perfectly confident in their ability to safely drive while talking on the phone can ultimately cause a dangerous situation. According to a study recently published by the University of Utah, using a cellphone while driving delays the driver's reactions as much as having a blood alcohol content of .08. The study did not state a significant difference between using a hand-held and hands-free device.
The lawyers at KEOGH CRISPI, P.C. are experienced and determined New York Personal Injury Attorneys, with a history of success and a multitude of satisfied clients.
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