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Boston Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer

Please seek medical care if you’ve experienced injury or pain related to texting and driving car accidents before consulting Joel H. Schwartz for legal counsel.

Texting and driving accidents: determining fault

Though it’s a relatively new concern among motorists, accidents caused by cell phones are not uncommon. If you’ve been involved in a car wreck or accident associated with texting and driving, you may be entitled to certain legal reparations. Contact a Boston distracted driving accident lawyer for help.

Under Massachusetts law, drivers of any age are banned from texting while behind the wheel. This means that if the other motorist was texting while driving, you have a good foundation for proving fault. While drivers over the age of 18 are permitted to talk on the phone while driving, distracted driving can still be used to determine negligence.

To what are you entitled?

Cell phone-related car accidents can lead to large amounts of unexpected expenses, including:

  • Medical bills
  • Reconstructive surgery costs
  • Lost wages
  • Lifetime medical care
  • Other expenses associated with your injury

Other costs, including out-of-pocket expenses for childcare and emotional distress caused by your injury, can occur as a result of your accident. Joel H. Schwartz will help you recover costs for all of these expenses using over 50 years of car accident experience plus the dedication to keeping up to date on new precedents and laws.

Why Joel H. Schwartz?

You want a Boston distracted driving accident lawyer that’s prepared to fight tooth and nail to get you what you deserve. Joel H. Schwartz’ attorneys will go anywhere in Massachusetts within 24 hours to provide counsel if we feel you have a valid case. This means that if you’re unable to drive or travel due to your injury, you can still get personalized, one-on-one service with a skilled personal injury attorney.

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