A new Florida law makes it illegal to text while driving. Unfortunately, this will not stop all drivers from engaging in this dangerous behavior. If you or a family member has been injured by a driver who was texting or talking on a cellphone, you can seek money damages for your losses. Gross & Schuster, P.A., provides experienced car accident representation to people injured in Florida. Our attorneys will investigate the accident and hold the negligent party liable. Research shows that texting while driving can be as distracting as driving under the influence. You can rely on our knowledge and our dedication to your case.

To schedule a free consultation with a distracted driving lawyer, please call one of our offices orĀ contact us online.

You Can Seek Justice If Someone Injured You By Texting While Driving

Distracted drivers do not have their eyes or minds on the road, causing them to miss critical information such as slowing or stopped traffic, stop lights and stop signs and turns in the road. In these situations, distracted drivers may cause:

We understand that these types of car accidents can cause serious injuries such as back injuries, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, broken bones, severe lacerations and organ damage. Victims may suffer temporary or permanent disability. If you cannot return to work after an accident, it will be difficult to pay medical expenses and provide for your family. With our help, however, you can seek compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Let Us Help You Understand What Our Legal Services Can Do For You

For a free consultation, please call 850-434-3333 (Pensacola and Milton), 850-244-7191 (Fort Walton Beach and Destin), 850-932-7969 (Gulf Breeze) or 850-682-3000 (Crestview).