Distracted Driver Car Accidents
Distracted driver car accidents have become a major cause of serious and fatal injuries on Atlanta’s roadways. With the advent of PDA’s that put the world in the hand of a driver, it is very tempting to use these devices while driving. This is a temptation that can be deadly for the driver, pedestrians and others on the road. It takes only seconds for a distracted driver to look away from the road and cause a tragic distracted driver car accident.
Recent studies indicate that driver inattention is the leading factor in most crashes and near-crashes. In a joint study the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI), it was concluded that, “nearly 80 percent of crashes and 65 percent of near-crashes involved some form of driver inattention within three seconds before the event.”
Atlanta car accident lawyer Charles Scholle represents the victims of distracted drivers and their families. When a driver fails to pay attention to driving, serious and fatal injuries can result. If you have been injured by a distracted driver, you need a lawyer that has both the tenacity and the reputation to bring your distracted driver car accident case to the best outcome.
Distracted driver car accidents are so serious that Atlanta has banned its employees from using cell phones while on the job and Georgia has banned texting while driving for all drivers. Georgia drivers under the age of 18 are prohibited from using cell phones, even with a hands free devise. School bus operators are prohibited from using cell phones while driving passengers. But even with these bans, drivers ignore these rules and sometimes drive distracted causing serious car accidents.
The National Highway Safety administration has a website devoted only to this growing problem. At DISTRACTION.GOV you can learn about the campaigns it has launched against distracted driving, including public service announcements by the cast the hit television production Glee and support to states to ticket this banned activity. Celebrities have signed pledges to stop this practice so that others might follow their lead. Drivers are asked to protect lives by never texting or talking on the phone while driving and passengers are asked to speak out when riding with a distracted driver. We all must encourage our families and friends to stop driving distracted.
Because this problem is so prevalent, injured distracted driver car accident victims know that The Law Office of Scholle Law will provide the legal and medical support needed to recover from the recklessness and negligence of distracted drivers. Clients know they can rely on Charles Scholle’s expertise and knowledge in dealing with the law and medical issues involved with serious and catastrophic injury. Given the known dangers of driving distracted, it is important that you have the best advocate for your distracted driver car accident.
Atlanta distracted driver car accident lawyer Charles Scholle has developed an excellent reputation due to his hard work and compassion to his clients. Atlanta families know that when they are injured by a distracted driver they can rely on Charles Scholle to provide the legal expertise needed to begin the slow and often difficult process of recovery. Charles Scholle’s knowledge of medical issues and complex injuries, such as spinal cord injury, brain injury and other catastrophic injuries that can be caused by a distracted driver.
Please contact Scholle Law or call toll-free 1-866-972-5287 or in Atlanta (770) 717-5100 to set up a free consultation with no obligation.
From our main office in Gwinnett County our law firm serves clients with offices in the Perimeter, Decatur, and Buckhead we represent injured distracted driver car accident victims throughout Atlanta and Georgia.