Were You Injured By A Distracted Driver?
Georgia attorneys ready to go to work for injury victims
Texting and driving is illegal in Georgia. It's also against the law for teenage drivers to use their cell phone behind the wheel. But distracted driving accidents still happen at an alarming frequency in Atlanta and throughout Georgia. Whenever drivers takes their eyes off the road for as much as a split-second, they put everyone at risk, often resulting in serious car accidents.
If you have been involved in a distracted driving accident in Georgia, contact Gary Martin Hays & Associates today. Our experienced distracted driving accident attorneys in Georgia understand the laws and know how to use this information to get people the compensation they rightfully deserve. Call 1-800-898-HAYS right now.
In this video, lawyer Gary Martin Hays discusses how vital it is to pay attention to the roadway by not texting and driving.
An attorney in Georgia for texting accidents
Using a cell phone behind the wheel falls under driver distraction. But the risk of driver distraction has increased as smartphones and other portable electronic devices have become more advanced. Drivers who use their phone to text message, take or send photos while driving, check their email, or post on social media sites are all likely to take longer to react to road obstacles than other drivers. That's why so many rear-end accidents and head-on crashes in recent years have been linked to texting and driving.