Distracted Drivers Can Be Held Responsible
A recent study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that nearly 20 percent of vehicle accidents resulting in injury annually involve distracted driving.
Fortunately, North Carolina has made texting and emailing while driving illegal. When drivers choose to break the law by using cellphones and other devices on the road, they can be held financially responsible for the significant harm they cause.
If you have been injured in a car accident involving a distracted driver in North Carolina, contact the Law Offices of L.T. Baker, P.A Trial lawyer Luke Baker has handled over 100 auto accident claims, including claims involving distracted and drunk drivers. From our office in Concord, we represent clients in Asheville and throughout western North Carolina.
Contact our lawyers to arrange a consultation. Call 866-433-1991.
How We Help Your Case
We provide comprehensive legal assistance following injuries and are highly skilled at preparing claims for maximum compensation for your losses. In addition, we are experienced at pursuing punitive damages.
Punitive damages may be available when a party displays willful and wanton negligence. The purpose of punitive damages is to punish the careless driver and deter others from engaging in the same dangerous behavior.
Attorney Baker and his team worked hard on my case after I was in a car accident and I was very pleased with the outcome. I tried to handle everything myself, but I just didn’t have the know-how to deal with insurance companies. Thank you Attorney Baker! ROCHELLE