Orlando Distracted Driver Accident Attorney
Pursuing Justice on Your Behalf
Distracted driving is second only to drunk driving in what are the most dangerous driving conditions possible. Not only do distracted drivers put themselves at risk, they are risking the lives of everyone else on the road. Unfortunately, many people feel the small act of checking your email or grabbing something from the backseat isn’t a cause of danger–despite overwhelming evidence proving otherwise.
Legal Update: In May 2019, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill making
texting while driving a primary offense in Florida. The new law took effect on July 1, 2019, and law enforcement will be able to cite and fine motorists beginning January 1, 2020.
10 Things to Know About Florida’s New Texting While Driving Law
Forms of Driver Distraction
Distracted driving can cause a variety of accidents, ranging from a minor fender bender to the
wrongful death of innocent bystanders. Any activity which takes a driver’s attention away from the road should never occur, though these incidents occur more often than you may believe.
Examples of distracted driving include, but are not limited to:
- Texting or talking on the phone
- Talking to passengers in the car
- Eating or drinking
- Putting on makeup
- Tuning the radio or adjusting the music
- Reaching for an object
- Looking anywhere other than ahead
- Using a cell phone for other reasons, such as setting up navigation orchecking email
Contact Our Orlando Distracted Driving Accident Lawyers Today
If you have been injured in an accident because of a distracted driver, our Orlando distracted driving accident lawyers of Todd Miner Law®️ want to help you get back on your feet. We understand just how debilitating it can be to face an onslaught of medical bills when you are too distraught or too injured to work.
Our legal team is dedicated to ensuring your concerns are addressed so you can focus on healing as quickly as possible, while we handle the complexities of your case. With us on your side, you’ll never feel like you’re alone–our support, counsel, and advocacy will be your greatest allies.
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