Holding Distracted Drivers Accountable
Distracted driving due to cellphone use, texting and other nondriving activities is one of the primary causes of motor vehicle accidents in Wyoming and northern Colorado. Many communities throughout this region have enacted local ordinances to outlaw texting while driving, but this activity still contributes to numerous serious crashes and fatalities each year.
If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury or even wrongful death due to an accident caused by a distracted driver, the attorneys of The Salisbury Firm, P.C., understand that no amount of money can eliminate your pain or bring back your loved one. But seeking justice and the financial compensation you need to pay medical expenses can do much to help you move forward with your life.
At The Salisbury Firm, P.C., we are known for our intelligent representation and exceptional personal service. With more than 65 years of combined legal experience, our skilled lawyers have obtained numerous large verdicts and settlements on behalf of our clients.
Contact us to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced Wyoming distracted driving lawyers. Located in Cheyenne, our firm represents drivers, passengers and pedestrians in Wyoming, northern Colorado, at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base and along the I-25 corridor.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines “distracted driving” as any activity that could divert a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving.
Motorists can be distracted by any number of things, including:
- Texting while driving
- Using a cellphone
- Adjusting the radio
- Eating, drinking and smoking
- Talking to passengers
At The Salisbury Firm, P.C., we work one-on-one with clients to guide them through the legal process with the personalized focus and genuine care and concern that are unique to our firm. We zealously advocate on behalf of our clients and are committed to helping them obtain fair compensation for their past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, living expenses, lost wages, future earnings potential and long-term care costs.