Holding Negligent Drivers Accountable
In 2010, Wisconsin passed a law banning the use of e-mail and text messages while driving. Talking on cellphones and using GPS devices are still allowed, but e-mailing and texting are prohibited. If you have been injured by a driver who was breaking this law, you are entitled to compensation for your losses.
For experienced representation, contact Domnitz & Skemp, S.C. Our attorneys have handled hundreds of car accident claims, including those involving distracted driving. We are prepared to assist you in seeking compensation for medical costs, lost income, pain and suffering, and additional related expenses. Punitive damages may also be available in these cases. Please speak with one of our Milwaukee texting-while-driving accident lawyers to learn if you may be entitled to punitive damages. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 414-395-5832 today.
Distracted Drivers Are Dangerous Drivers
Drivers who are distracted can be as dangerous as drivers who are under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Because their eyes and minds are not on the road, and their hands are not on the wheel, distracted drivers tend to cause serious accidents such as:
- Head-on collisions
- T-bone collisions
- Rear-end collisions
- High-speed crashes
Catastrophic injuries may result from these types of accidents. This can include brain injuries, burns, back injuries, fractures, amputations and spinal cord injuries.
If you lost a loved one to wrongful death in a texting-and-driving accident, you may have a claim. We represent surviving spouses and minor children of fatal car accident victims.
Kenosha Distracted Driving Lawyers
For a free consultation, please call 414-395-5832 or contact us online.