Anything that causes a driver to take his or her eyes off the road is a distraction — and distracted driving is dangerous. Some of the most common distracted driving behaviors include:

  • Texting while driving
  • Talking on a cellphone
  • Using a smartphone or tablet while driving
  • Eating and drinking while driving
  • Adjusting a radio or CD player
  • Dealing with unruly children

Using any wireless device to send, read or write a text-based communication while driving is against the law in Pennsylvania.

If you were hit by a negligent driver, you can claim compensation for your financial losses and suffering. You should speak with a personal injury lawyer about your case as soon as possible.

Berks County Texting While Driving Accident Attorneys

The law firm of Leisawitz Heller has helped hundreds of people in Pennsylvania obtain fair compensation for injuries suffered as the result of motor vehicle accidents and other acts of negligence. Our attorneys have the experience, investigative resources and advocacy skills needed to prove negligence and get results for our clients.

In your case, we will conduct a thorough investigation into the accident and its effects on your life. If necessary, we can subpoena the driver's cellphone records to establish the liability of the driver. Working with your doctor or other medical specialists, our attorneys will learn about your medical and rehabilitation needs. We will calculate the full value of your losses and suffering for inclusion in your claim and seek maximum compensation for you.

There are absolutely no fees or expenses charged unless we obtain compensation for you.

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Contact Leisawitz Heller today to speak with an experienced and dedicated Reading distracted driving accident attorney.