Long Island Distracted Driving Accident Lawyers

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Drunk and Distracted Drivers Pose Serious Dangers to Other Vehicles

Distracted drivers and drunk drivers tend to cause serious accidents because their attention is not on the road. They may swerve into other lanes and ignore traffic lights and stop signs, which can result in high-speed collisions, rear-end collisions, head-on collisions or T-bone collisions. The victims of these collisions often suffer catastrophic or fatal injuries.

At the Donofrio Law Firm, PLLC, we hold negligent drivers accountable for their actions. If you or a loved one was injured by a drunk or distracted motorist, you may be able to collect damages for your losses. We understand that suffering injuries from a preventable accident is especially frustrating. You have the right to be angry and to seek justice and compensation from the negligent party. To schedule a free consultation with our Long Island distracted driving accident attorneys, please call (516) 330-3687.

How Did Your Accident Happen?

Anything that takes a driver’s mind and eyes off the road, and/or hands off the wheel, may be considered a distraction. Some of the most frequent and dangerous distractions include:

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Driving while tired
  • Texting
  • Use of e-mail, instant messages, Facebook or Twitter
  • Dialing or talking on a cellphone
  • Using an MP3 player
  • Surfing the Web
  • Eating or drinking
  • Tuning the radio

Regardless of the distraction that caused your accident, you may need financial compensation to cover medical bills, long-term care, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other related expenses. Our experienced lawyers will determine liability and pursue compensation from the negligent party until we recover sufficient damages for you and your family.

New York Distracted Driver Attorneys

For a free consultation, please call (516) 330-3687 or contact us online.

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