Distracted Driving Accidents

Insurance Companies Already Have Lawyers Working For Them. So Do You.

Distracted driving is an ever-increasing problem on Texas' roadways. According to the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), distracted driving caused more than 94,000 crashes and nearly 25,000 severe injuries throughout the state in 2013.

If you or a loved one has been injured this type of accident, it is important to secure the services of an experienced injury lawyer as soon as possible. Delay on your part can give insurance carriers and opposing counsel more time to build their case and find ways to minimize the compensation you receive.

The Accomplished Personal Injury Counsel You Deserve

As a former insurance adjuster, our firm's founder — attorney Gregory A. Martin — knows exactly how insurance companies will approach your claim. This insight, as well as the skills, legal knowledge and courtroom strategies that Gregg has obtained during his more than 25 years of legal practice, allows Gregg to put your case in the strongest position possible. Gregg is also board-certified in personal injury and trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

More About Distracted Driving Accidents

Distracted driving takes on a variety of forms, and includes anything that takes a driver's attention off the road for a longer than acceptable amount of time. Some of the most common types of distractions that lead to car wrecks include:

  • Texting while driving
  • Talking on a cellphone while driving
  • Grooming (brushing hair, shaving, applying makeup)
  • Reading
  • Adjusting the radio
  • Interacting with passengers
  • Eating and drinking
  • Reaching for objects in another part of the vehicle

Regardless of the exact type of distraction involved, if you have been harmed by a distracted driver's negligence, we can fight for you and your family.

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Contact us at 281-893-0777 or set up a consultation online. We are based in Houston, Texas, and proudly serve clients throughout the region.