Texting While Driving
Texting while driving is dangerous. It’s an all-too-common distraction that imperils numerous drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians with whom we share the streets and roads. of distraction that endangers. Many drivers mistakenly believe that they can multitask and thus simultaneously text and drive. But their doing so always poses a substantial risk of harm to other drivers. Studies show that texting while driving is six times more likely to cause an accident than drunk driving.
California Texting and Driving Laws
Texting while driving is illegal in the State of California. Drivers may not write, send, or read texts while driving—this includes text messages, instant messages, and emails. California also bans drivers from using handheld cell phones while driving.
If You’ve Been Injured By a Driver Who Was Texting, Call Us for a Free Evaluation
If you were injured in an accident caused by a driver who was texting while driving, contact the car accident attorneys at Torero Law immediately so that we can help you recover compensation for your injuries. We will investigate the collision, gather corroborating evidence—like the other driver’s cell phone and text message records—to prove your claim, and zealously advocate on your behalf. We’ll fight to get you the compensation that you deserve.
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