Helping Injured Victims Of Distracted Drivers
Many people rely on their cellphones 24/7 for communication, connectivity and entertainment. This makes it difficult for many people to put their phones down — even when they get behind the wheel. Even as laws are being passed to discourage distracted driving, it continues to be a leading cause of accidents and injuries.
At Atwood Law, in Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska, as well as Des Moines, Iowa, we help the victims of distracted driving accidents pursue justice and fair compensation for their losses. Call our experienced legal team at 402-817-2717 or toll free at 800-655-9606 to schedule a free case consultation and learn your rights.
A Team Of Proven Trial Advocates
In most auto accident cases, distracted drivers are responsible for the crash. If we can prove their negligence, they can be held accountable for injuries that you or a loved one has suffered. Often, the driver’s insurance company will attempt to minimize payments to the victims of accidents. Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with insurance companies, and we do not back down when the insurer tries to deny legitimate claims.
Our team works closely with accident reconstructionists and other experts to build a case that can win in negotiation or in court. Our lawyers aggressively pursue the maximum compensation to which our clients are entitled for recovering losses and finding firm financial footing for the future.
Contact Our Firm To Pursue The Compensation You Deserve
If you have been injured in an accident caused by a driver who was texting, using GPS, on social media, talking with passengers or otherwise distracted, it is important to act quickly. Getting proper medical attention is critical for both your physical health and your case. The next important step is to contact an attorney and learn more about your rights.
Please call 402-817-2717 or 800-655-9606 toll free, or contact us online to arrange a free, confidential consultation with one of our attorneys. We provide strong legal representation for residents of Nebraska and Iowa.