Teenagers And Texting While Driving
Holding Teen Drivers Accountable To Local Cell Phone Laws
Under Texas law, learners permit holders are prohibited from using handheld cell phones during their first six months of driving. In addition, no driver under the age of 17 is allowed to use any wireless communication device behind the wheel. Many other communities, including San Antonio, have implemented local bans on texting while driving and other cell phone usage restrictions.
These laws were put in place to keep drivers from being distracted while driving and to keep their attention on the road in front of them. Still, countless drivers, including teenagers, disregard the law, putting themselves and those around them in considerable danger. If you have been injured in an accident that happened because a teenage driver was texting or making a phone call, it is important that you seek the advice of a personal injury lawyer.
Pursuing Fair Compensation In Texting While Driving Lawsuits
At The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery, we represent clients across the state in a variety of motor vehicle accident cases. Our attorneys’ extensive background in these cases allows us to provide quality representation designed to resolve your case in the most beneficial manner possible.
We have experience representing people on all sides of these cases. Our clients have included passengers in the negligent driver’s car as well as the victim and his or her passengers. We know how upsetting it can be to suffer a sudden injury that leaves you unable to work and facing heavy medical bills. We will do everything in our power to secure the medical care and financial damages you need to recover from your injuries.
Call For A Free Consultation
Contact our office today to discuss the injuries you suffered in a car accident caused by a teenager. Initial consultations are free so it won’t cost you anything to get your questions answered. You can reach us by phone at 1-800-281-3188 or via email. Initial consultations are free and confidential.