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Getting help when you are hurt by a suspected distracted driver


A previous post here discussed the dangers that distracted driving presents on the highways and roads of Camden County and throughout both the greater Philadelphia area and New Jersey. Of course, very few motorists these days are going to come out and admit, after causing an injury in an accident, that they were using their phone, eating, tuning the radio or otherwise not watching the road at the time of an accident. Many do so to stay out of trouble since they do not want a ticket, a criminal charge or even higher insurance premiums.

It can be difficult to get an insurance company or the at-fault driver to pay for the damages they rightfully owe. Additionally, even if they do admit fault, these people may not want to pay for the full extent of a person's losses, such as their medical bills, all of their lost wages and for their non-economic losses, like pain and suffering.

Our law office has decades of experience representing people who have been injured in automobile and other motor vehicle accidents. Because of our knowledge and experience, people on the other side of the aisle know we are tough attorneys who will fight for our clients all the way to the courtroom in order to get the compensation our clients need and deserve.

In particular, we've represented clients in all types of automobile accidents, including accidents involving commercial vehicles. A commercial driver may have a special incentive not to admit to distracted driving, as it could affect his or her livelihood to do so. Still, we work hard to investigate the facts of the accident and to pursue compensation for our clients by whatever legal means we can use.

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