The Dangers Of Multitasking
In this day and age, when the speed and demands of life seem to be increasing exponentially for most of us, the daily commute can seem like the best place to accomplish many of life’s other tasks, like eating and drinking while driving, cellphone use while driving, text messaging while driving, adjusting the radio while driving and even reading while driving. Although this is common practice on our roads, it causes unnecessary danger to others, increasing the frequency of accidents and serious injuries.
If you have been hurt or suffered the wrongful death of a loved one as a result of someone else’s distracted driving, you deserve to be compensated for your losses. At the law offices of John K. Green, Attorney at Law, we can help you obtain the compensation you deserve for injuries suffered in a distracted driver accident. Douglas County distracted driving accident attorney John K. Green has more than 30 years of experience in personal injury litigation. We have the experience and skill to help you obtain the best compensation award possible in your case.
Distracted driving accidents can take on several forms, including:
We have represented many clients who were injured by reckless and distracted drivers. Clients of the law office of John K. Green, Attorney at Law, receive the benefit of a well-respected, AV Preeminent* attorney with more than 30 years of experience. We return our clients’ calls and walk them through every stage of the litigation process.
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