Driver Distraction & Car Accidents

Seasoned Hartford Personal Injury Lawyer

Every day more than 1,000 people injured due to accidents caused by distracted driving. Those who choose to drive are required to drive responsibly and when they opt to instead act negligently, it can lead to devastating accidents. In turn, they can be held legally accountable to pay for any injuries they cause other people due to their reckless actions. If you were hurt by a distracted driver and need legal advice and representation, don't hesitate to call our Hartford car accident lawyers.

Common Causes of Distracted Driving Accidents

Any activity that can divert a driver's attention from the road is distracted driving. Such distracted behaviors inherently endanger the driver, passengers, and pedestrians.

Distracted driving can come from any of the following:

  • Texting/cell phone use
  • Eating and drinking
  • Talking to passengers
  • Personal grooming or hygiene
  • Reading
  • Using navigation systems such as GPS
  • Watching videos

When others injure you through negligent or careless actions, you are within your rights to pursue legal action against them by means of a personal injury lawsuit. By filing a claim with the help of Hartford personal injury attorneys, you can recover compensation for any physical, emotional, and financial damages suffered in the accident.

Our Goal is Your Success

You should know that whoever was responsible for your accident will in all likelihood have legal representation from an auto insurance company who will fight to avoid paying you anything. This is why you need an experienced car accident lawyer from Cicchiello & Cicchiello, LLP on your side. Our firm has already recovered millions of dollars for our clients and we have been practicing law for more than 30 years, so we are confident we can competently handle your case.

Contact our firm today to request your free case evaluation!

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