Drivers Who Text And Drive Need To Be Held Accountable

With the increasing popularity of smartphones and mobile devices, more drivers are texting and sending electronic messages while operating motor vehicles. This has had a devastating impact on the citizens of Arizona.

In fact, some studies have shown that a texting driver is far more dangerous than a drunk driver. Remarkably, texting and driving is still not officially illegal in our state. However, if a texting driver caused your accident, he or she may still be liable for your injuries according to Arizona personal injury laws.

The Evidence And Legal Strength Your Case Needs

If you have been injured in a car accident due to the actions of another driver, the attorneys at Harris Powers & Cunningham can help. If the at-fault party was texting, sending electronic messages or otherwise engaging in activity on a mobile device while driving, we will find out. Our lawyers know exactly where to look for this evidence and how to obtain it. We will pull phone and data records, interview accident scene witnesses and, if needed, obtain experts to testify on the decreased driving ability of texting motorists.

Whether you were struck by a texting driver while in your car, or as a bicyclist or pedestrian, you need strong legal help to prove your claim and secure compensation. Our lawyers only focus on personal injury law, and a great focus of our legal practice is on motor vehicle accidents. Backed by our two partners' nearly 50 years of combined experience, we have a solid track record of obtaining results — during negotiation and at trial.

We Offer Free Consultations, So Contact Us Today For Help

If you were the victim in a texting and driving accident, the lawyers at Harris Powers & Cunningham are here to assist you. Call us at 602-910-6779 to discuss how we can prove your claim. You can also reach us online if that is easier for you. We offer free initial consultations, so you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.