Texting While Driving

Involved in a Texting & Driving Accident?

Our Montgomery County Car Accident Lawyer Is Here to Help

Drivers who are texting are much more likely to cause an accident, possibly resulting in grievous injuries and extensive damages. Such behavior is considered negligence on the driver's behalf, which may make them liable for damages to any aggrieved party. If you or a loved one was struck by another driver who was texting, you need a car accident lawyer in Montgomery County who can fight to recover compensation.

The Law Office of Alfred Ted Ruemke is built upon pursuing justice for our clients. Our firm exclusively practices personal injury law and has successfully handled thousands of cases. Ted Ruemke has also been chosen as one of the Best Lawyers in America by Super Lawyers based on his impassioned arguing on his clients' behalf.

What can you recover damages for?

Every state imposes a legal duty of care on drivers, meaning they must look out for the safety of other drivers and avoid acting in a negligent manner. Texting while behind the wheel constitutes a breach of this duty of care, essentially putting other drivers around them at risk.

As the victim, you could be entitled to the following compensation:

  • Property damage to your automobile
  • Past and any future medical bills
  • Physical therapy
  • Rental car costs
  • Prescription medication
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish

You need to speak to a lawyer quickly to determine if filing an injury claim is in your best interests. When you reach out to our firm, we can provide the counsel and guidance you need.

What steps should you take next? Start with calling our firm!

In the aftermath of an accident, you should do your best to obtain a copy of any police report that was made regarding the accident. If possible, take pictures of any damage to your car, yourself, and the scene itself. Any photographs of the scene of the accident can also go a long way in proving fault and recovering compensation.

Obtain contact information from any witnesses and, lastly, retain at least a copy of any medical bills connected to your injuries. Our Montgomery County personal injury attorney can use these in determining the amount of damages you are owed.

Call our firm to provide you with strong representation if you have been injured to another's negligence.

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