Ohio Cellphone Accident Lawyers
Accidents And Injuries In Ohio Due To Cellphone Usage
Lawyers Supporting Victims Of Distracted Drivers
Research demonstrates that cellphone use is distracting – and that texting is more distracting than talking. The more distracted a driver becomes, the higher the risk of an accident. At least two studies equate cellphone use with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.
Cellphone use in motor vehicles can make employers legally responsible for accidents. If a driver is conducting business on a cellphone while driving, an employer may be held accountable to pay damages to an accident victim.
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If you have been injured in an automobile accident caused by a driver distracted by a cellphone, call us at 800-647-7003 or contact us for additional information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced Ohio car crash injury attorney.
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