The Knowledge And Experience You Need In The Aftermath Of A Distracted Driving Car Wreck

The knowledge that distracted driving is dangerous does not always translate into safe driving habits. At Griffith, Lowry & Meherg, our experienced personal injury lawyers have been fighting on behalf of people injured due to the negligent or reckless actions of others for decades. Our knowledgeable attorneys and staff are ready to investigate the accident scene, get copies of the police report and interview witnesses in order to establish exactly what happened and who was at fault.

A History Of Success In Distracted Driving Accident Cases

We have handled numerous cases involving distracted driving, including texting while driving and other behaviors that take the driver's hands off the wheel, eyes off of the road and mind off of driving. From eating to changing music, from using GPS to cellphones, we have seen it all in decades of representing the injured, and our track record speaks for itself.

Trial Attorneys Ready To Fight For You

As experienced courtroom advocates, our lawyers prepare every case meticulously to maximize compensation and go to trial, when necessary. In every motor vehicle accident case, there are numerous ways in which you may not be given full and fair compensation. The insurance company may minimize the extent of your injuries. The other party may deny fault.

Our lawyers will relentlessly pursue every cent of compensation you need in the aftermath of a serious accident. We'll help you find the proper medical care. We will look at your lost wages, medical bills, and pain and suffering in order to determine what the insurance company should pay on your claim. If they do not give you a fair offer for settlement, we will use our considerable experience and skill in court to present your case to a jury.

Texting And Driving

Despite knowing the dangers, people continue to text and drive and put others at risk. It may seem innocent to glance at a text message, but a driver going 55 mph who reads a text while driving goes the length of a football field without looking at the road (source: NHTSA).

The extreme danger texting behind the wheel puts drivers and others is why it is illegal in Alabama to text and drive. Unfortunately, some drivers simply can't put down their phones long enough to pay attention to the road, leading to serious accident. At Griffith, Lowry & Meherg, we have made it a priority to hold drivers accountable for texting and driving and injuring others.

Get A Free Case Evaluation

We offer free consultations, so there is no cost and no risk to learn about your options. Call our friendly and courteous lawyers and staff at 256-615-2557 or reach us through email. Located in Cullman, Alabama, we represent injured clients throughout Cullman County and beyond.