Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys in Phoenix, AZ
When Negligence Causes Harm, IBF Law Group is Here for You!
Distracted driving is one of the top causes of motor vehicle accidents in the country. In fact, about nine people are reportedly killed every day in car crashes that involved a distracted driver.
At IBF Law Group, we believe that distracted drivers should be held accountable for the harm they cause to individuals and families in Arizona. Our Phoenix distracted driving accident lawyers are dedicated to securing the just compensation you deserve.
Why Work With Our Car Accident Lawyers?
Choosing the right attorney to represent you for a distracted driving claim can have a huge impact on the outcome of your case. Choosing an inexperienced attorney who is not committed to your best interests can mean a failed case where you do not receive the compensation you need to cover all your losses.
On the other hand, choosing a client-focused car accident attorney from IBF Law Group can give you peace of mind that your case is being handled with care and dedication.
Here are some reasons to give our firm a call:
- We provide our clients with the knowledge and understanding of their legal matters so they can confidently make decisions that align with their desired outcomes.
- We are passionate about safeguarding your rights to the fullest extent; that is why when handling cases, client satisfaction and interests remain priority number one.
- We fight to achieve the best possible outcome for your case and do our best to minimize any liability that might be placed on your shoulders.
- We treat our clients like family; your pain is our pain, your fight is our fight.
- We have earned a reputation in the Phoenix-area for being aggressive advocates for our clients.
What is Considered Distracted Driving?
Anything that takes a driver's focus away from the road or operating their vehicle can be considered distracted driving. The CDC has established three different categories of distracted driving: visual, manual, and cognitive. Visual distractions take your eyes off the road. Manual distractions take your hands off the wheel. Cognitive distractions take your attention away from driving.
Some of the most common forms of distracted driving are:
- Using a cellphone
- Eating or drinking
- Talking to passengers
- Applying makeup
- Checking directions/GPS
- Changing the radio or adjusting climate controls
Texting While Driving Accidents in Phoenix
Texting, phone calls, and other forms of cell phone use while driving are still huge problems in America, despite the prevalence of hands-free devices. Drivers know how dangerous it is to use a cell phone while driving, but still do it anyway.
Did you know that sending or reading a text while driving at 55mph or higher is like driving the length of a football field with your eyes closed?
If you were injured in an accident that was caused because the other driver was using their cell phone, you deserve justice. The Phoenix texting while driving lawyers at IBF Law Group utilize a client-centered approach to recover the highest amount of compensation possible for your injuries and other damages you have sustained. Give our office a call at (602) 833-1110 to discuss your case with our dedicated team.
Is Texting While Driving Illegal in Arizona?
In 2021, Arizona's “Hands-Off” law went into effect, making it illegal to use a cell phone or other type of stand-alone electronic device while operating a vehicle unless it is equipped with a hands-free device. Drivers are not allowed to hold or support their phone with their body, read messages