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Missouri Texting While Driving Attorneys

Dedicated to Getting Compensation for Victims of Distracted Drivers

Every car accident case is different. At the Roberts Law Firm, we have the experience to know that the exact cause of a car accident can play a major role in how the case is handled. More and more, we discover that an accident was caused by a driver texting while driving. This is a clear form of negligence. With more than 25 years of experience on our side, we know how to hold them accountable for this negligence and how to get compensation for you.

To discuss your case with our Missouri distracted driver accident lawyers, call us toll free at 866-585-5643 or send us an e-mail.

Is Texting and Driving Against the Law?

Municipalities throughout Missouri are passing laws against texting and driving, and the state may not be far behind. The fact that texting and driving is not only frowned upon, but actually illegal, can make our case against the negligent driver stronger.

Investigating Distracted Driver Accident Claims

In many cases, we do not find out that texting and driving caused and accident until we are deep into our investigation. The victim may not have seen any indication, but perhaps a witness noticed the driver that caused an accident looking down.

To determine whether texting and driving took place at the time of the accident, we must be very precise in our investigation. We will need to get exact times from witnesses in terms of when the accident happened. Then we will need to get records from the cell phone company that show the phone was being used at that exact time. When successful, this creates a strong case against the negligent driver.

Contact Us About Compensation for Distracted Driver Car Accidents

Our personal injury law firm is prepared to use our more than 25 years of experience to benefit you. Send us an e-mail or call us toll free at 866-585-5643.

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