In today’s fast-paced multi-task world, drivers are bombarded by many distractions, even during even a short trip. Between personal electronics, talking to passengers, or eating while driving, individuals can become a hazard to themselves, their passengers, and others on the road. Distracted driving is the phrase used when the operator of a motor vehicle loses his or her focus. When attention is averted from the act of driving — even for an instant — a driver can miss traffic signals, stopped traffic, pedestrians, or the actions of other cars. There are countless distractions, but some of the most common ones include:
  • Texting while driving
  • Talking on a cellphone
  • Manipulating the navigation system
  • Manipulating the radio
  • Eating
  • Reading
  • Emailing
  • Posting or reading social media

Texting accidents occur when a distracted driver is paying more attention to a text on his or her mobile device than to the road. These accidents can range from minor rear-end accidents that result in whiplash to horrific car crashes that result in serious injury. Distracted driving is considered negligence and the driver can be held accountable for his or her actions.


You may not think your car crash was a big deal unless it resulted in catastrophic injury, but many injuries often produce long-term symptoms that can substantially degrade your quality of life. Because you may not perceive the symptoms of your injuries right away, our first priority is making sure you get the medical care you need with no cost to you, regardless of whether or not you have health insurance. Depending on the severity of the injury, you may require chiropractic care, physical therapy, MRI scans, epidural injections, or even surgery.

If you’ve been the victim of a distracted driver, don’t pay the price for their negligence. Our personal injury lawyers will investigate your accident thoroughly. We can determine if the at-fault driver was accessing his or her cellphone, whether they were talking on it, sending or receiving text messages, looking at websites, or using social media apps.


Because we’re so confident in what we do, we work on a contingency basis. That means we get paid only if you get paid first. And, our fee is just a portion of your total settlement or verdict, so you never have to pay us out of your own pocket.

If you or a loved one need a distracted driving accident lawyer, call us at (310) 550-1220 to schedule a free case consultation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.