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Injuries caused by distracted drivers can be especially severe, because the distracted driver usually makes no attempt to avoid the wreck or take corrective actions. For the victims and their families, it can seem unfathomable that someone could be so careless and reckless behind the wheel.
After a car accident, insurance companies may want to settle quickly before the full extent of your injuries is clear. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to distracted driving, call 314-241-5620 or toll free 800-451-2950 for a free consultation.
At Gray Ritter Graham in St. Louis, we represent the victims of distracted driving accidents. For more than 75 years, people in Missouri and Illinois have counted on our personal injury lawyers to help them obtain compensation for medical care, lost wages, and pain and suffering following a catastrophic accident.
Drivers under the age of 21 are barred from sending texts while driving. Police officers are able to pull young drivers over for this offense. Unfortunately, no such law yet exists for older drivers who are distracted by cell phones, laptops, navigation systems and other electronic devices. Nonetheless, they should be held accountable for their careless actions.
We focus on making sure that injury victims and their families receive the full compensation they deserve for the damages they have suffered. This includes the short-term and long-term costs associated with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, back injuries and amputations.
Learning all the facts of an accident, determining all the liable parties, and dealing with insurance companies are all a part of what we do. If you have been seriously injured due to a distracted driver’s negligence, we can help. Contact us for a free consultation with an attorney.
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When clients come to us, their cases involve serious personal or financial injury, or wrongful death. It costs nothing to call and ask us to review your case. Contact us as soon as possible so that we can preserve the evidence and begin our investigation.