Holding Distracted Drivers Accountable And Recovering Compensation
Distracted driving is rampant in the Tampa Bay area, from locals chatting to friends on their phones to tourists looking at their GPS devices. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, distracted driving was responsible for more than 300 deaths last year – and it causes even more injuries.
I am here to help you if you need to file a personal injury claim after a devastating injury caused by a distracted driver. At my law firm, George C. Kezemides, P.A., I serve clients in Tarpon Springs, Pinellas County, Hillsborough County and the surrounding area. With more than 24 years of experience as a distracted driving accident attorney, I have recovered millions of dollars in total for the victims of personal injuries.
I Have Handled Just About All Types Of Distracted Driving Cases
Texting is not the only form of distracted driving. Distracted driving is anything that takes a driver’s attention away from the roads. The most common causes of distracted driving are:
- Texting while driving
- Using a navigation device or map
- Dialing a number on a cell phone
- Talking to passengers
- Adjusting the speakers
- Eating and drinking
- Applying makeup
These seemingly small tasks can result in car accidents that cause catastrophic injuries that alter your life permanently. Just a few of the distracted driving injuries I have seen in car accident claims include traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, and spine and neck injuries. In the event of a tragic wrongful death, I can represent you in a claim against the negligent driver to recover compensation for your damages.
Speak With A Florida Distracted Driving Attorney – Free Consultations
You should not have to go through the aftermath of a distracted driving claim on your own. Please rely on me as your distracted driving accident lawyer. I provide prompt communication and will reply to inquiries within 24 hours. To set up a free consultation, please call me at 727-490-9303 or send me an email today.