Full Compensation For Accident Injuries Caused By A Distracted Driver

Texting While Driving? They May As Well Have Been Drunk.

Studies show that the dangers imposed by texting while driving are at least equivalent to those of drunk driving. In fact, many studies have shown that reaction times of texting drivers are worse than the reaction times of drunk drivers.

At Terry Garmey & Associates , we obtain phone records, witness accounts and evidence from the scene of the accident to determine if the driver of the other vehicle was indeed distracted. Our Portland, Maine-based attorneys have over 60 years of experience building cases and securing maximum compensation on behalf of accident victims throughout New England.

When cases are challenging and complex, other lawyers refer cases to our firm. We will establish the full and fair value of your case and prepare it for trial from day one.

What Are Other Examples Of Distracted Driving Accidents?

Drivers may be distracted and unable to react to obstacles, changes in road conditions or traffic signals if they are:

  • Texting or talking on a cellphone
  • Browsing the Internet
  • Taking a picture
  • Using an app like Facebook, Twitter, email, Vine, Snapchat or a game
  • Operating a GPS device
  • Reading
  • Eating
  • Applying makeup
  • Watching a video
  • Talking and turning their head to other passengers in their car

You'd be surprised to know all of the things that have distracted people who cause serious and fatal accidents. Not giving full attention to the road ahead and other vehicles while driving is negligent, and we can prove it.

Were You In The Car With The Distracted Driver?

Testifying against a friend or family member can be a tough decision, but serious injuries are expensive and potentially life-altering. We seek full and fair compensation from the insurance company, not directly from the driver. We'll help you make an informed decision after a comprehensive discussion about your legal options.

Speak With An Attorney At Terry Garmey & Associates Today

Please call us at 207-331-3111 or contact us by email to schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney who will be your ally through the entire legal process.

We will handle your case on a contingency fee basis, covering all of your legal costs upfront. Our firm only gets paid out of the final settlement after you get paid.