Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys in Salt Lake City
Pursue Compensation If You Were Injured by a Distracted Driver in Utah
Drivers who choose to drive while doing other activities such as texting, talking on their smartphone, eating, or reading are not only putting themselves in harm’s way but other drivers and pedestrians, as well. Distracted drivers who cause car accidents and injuries on the roadways should be held accountable for their actions and the poor decisions they have made.
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At Eisenberg Cutt Kendell & Olson, we represent the best interests of drivers, passengers, and pedestrians in Utah who have suffered serious injuries due to the negligence of distracted drivers. Our team of Salt Lake City distracted driving accident attorneys is highly experienced in personal injury matters and will aggressively seek the best possible outcome for your individual case.
Call (801) 901-3470 today to discuss the specifics of your case and your best options in moving forward.
The Rise of Distracted Driving
Utah, along with many states throughout the U.S., has made it illegal to text or send e-mails while driving. This is one of the most common causes of a distracted driving accident. All it takes is one split second for a driver to look down at his or her phone to become completely distracted from what is going on in front of him or her.
Our firm handles all types of distracted driving accidents, including:
- Talking on a phone
- Using the GPS navigation system
- Applying makeup/fixing hair
We will review witness statements and police records to determine what caused your accident and to hold all negligent parties accountable for their actions. Our dedication and drive to succeed for our clients makes the difference when it comes to achieving results
If you or a loved one was injured due to a distracted driver, now is the time to seek just compensation for damages suffered. Contact us for a free consultation today.
Could A Bar Be Sued For A Drunk Driving Accident?
If a bar serves alcohol to someone who is already apparently under the influence of alcohol, meaning they've consumed alcohol before they came to the bar or they've already consumed a bunch of alcohol at the bar, if the bar then serves them another drink or additional drinks and that increases their level of intoxication and then that person goes out and hurts an innocent third-party, then the bar is liable.
What Do I Do If I Get Hit by a Drunk Driver?
If you're hit by a drunk driver you have a claim against the drunk driver for personal injuries, but there are some unique issues in a drunk driver case that are not present in your typical automobile accident case.
What Should I Do if I've Been in an Accident Involving Road Construction?
The key thing to do if you've been in an accident involving road construction is documenting the evidence. These cases typically involve problems with the signs that are up and not having the correct signs up, or they're not in the right places, or they're confusing the way that they're set up.