In Louisiana, texting and driving is illegal. In 2009, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that 16% of fatal deaths in the United States were the result of distracted driving. When you’re the victim of a texting and driving accident, you need to take immediate action. Contact the Law Offices of Edward A. Shamis, Jr., J.D., P.C. when you need legal representation.
Texting while driving accidents result in serious, often permanent, injuries, and even death. If you were the victim of a car accident that occurred while a distracted driver was texting, you may be entitled to compensation for:
The St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana Law Offices of Edward A. Shamis, Jr., J.D., P.C. realizes that these types of cases are very unique—cell phones and text messaging are still relatively new technology and laws are constantly changing. Our Slidell personal injury attorneys consistently review the different texting and driving laws to make sure we’re prepared to help you fight for justice.
Located in Slidell (St. Tammany Parish), Louisiana, the auto accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Edward A. Shamis, Jr., J.D., P.C. are committed to defending your rights as the victim of a texting and driving accident. We’ll be here to explain the details of your case to keep you involved in the process and we’ll fight to get you the compensation that you deserve. Contact us today.