Distracted Driving Accidents

Inattention Can Be Fatal

One of the great public safety hazards of our times is the potential danger of personal injury caused by a distracted driver. When we walk, bicycle, drive or ride in vehicles on public roadways, we have to trust that drivers of other vehicles will drive safely and obey traffic laws. A driver who is talking on a cellphone, texting, using a GPS device or "surfing the Web" on a mobile device puts the well-being of other drivers at risk.

Experts tell us that distracted driving can be as dangerous or more dangerous than drunk driving. Evidence that a driver's cellphone use (or other form of distracted driving) caused an accidental injury may strengthen an injury claim against that driver. Cellphone records, eyewitness testimony and police reports may bolster claims of negligence.

Getting The Information We Need To Fight For You

If you or a family member suffered injury in a New York distracted driving accident, attorneys at Caesar and Napoli, P.C., can help. Our lawyers are ready to get an in-depth investigation underway. Our goal will be to get at the real causes of your car, truck, motorcycle, bus, bicycle or pedestrian accident. If our accident reconstructionists discover that another driver was texting or arguing with passengers at the time of a crash, this information may make your injury claim more compelling.

Caesar and Napoli, P.C., is prepared to fight for the financial relief you need after a serious car or truck accident. We pride ourselves on our thorough investigations and analyses of clients' accidents. Ultimately, we want to see you get the compensation that you deserve when another driver was negligent by way of distraction at the wheel.

Injured In An NYC Distracted Driving Accident? Call Caesar And Napoli, P.C.

At Caesar and Napoli, P.C., initial consultations are complimentary. Schedule a conversation with one of our attorneys about your motor vehicle accident case. Contact us at (888) 235-6766. We handle most personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. This means you will not owe attorneys' fees until and unless we recover compensation for you.