Washington DC Auto Accident Attorney
Serious Injuries From Texting and Driving
Texting and talking on a cell phone while driving is illegal and dangerous. Texting and talking while driving is one of the leading causes of car accidents and personal injury in Washington DC, Northern Virginia and Maryland.
At Zukerberg& Halperin, PLLC, we represent victims who have suffered a serious injury because of someone else’s negligence. An auto accident can lead to many sorts of injuries that may require a long time in recovery and extensive medical care. We know how important it is to have an experienced lawyer fighting for you.
Be sure to contact us today to know your rights!
Using a Cell Phone While Driving is Dangerous
It is against the law in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia for drivers to use their cell phones while driving. Texting and driving can be just as dangerous as drinking and driving. When texting, a driver’s focus is taken away from driving. When a driver causes an accident while texting, using Twitter or Facebook, or talking on the phone, the personal injury law firm of Zukerberg and Halperin can win for you.
Texting and driving has led to serious injuries such as:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Sprains, strains, and bruising
As Washington DC car accident lawyers, we fight these cases to see how the car accident happened and who should pay. You should never be forced to suffer if someone else is to blame for your auto injury. That is why Zukerberg & Halperin, PLLC is on hand to help you win you texting and driving auto negligence case.
Put a Trusted Washington DC Legal Team on Your Case!
We possess over 50 years of legal experience and firmly advocate for the rights of those who have suffered a serious injury after an auto accident. We have built a tremendous reputation in the Washington DC community and continually strive to give our clients world-class service and just compensation following a traumatizing incident.
When you are ready, give us a call at (202) 232-6400 to schedule a free appointment.