Belleville Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys

With the rise in the use of cellphones and text messaging, a previously unknown danger on the road became apparent. Drivers who are talking on their cellphones or who are text messaging while they drive pose the same level of risk to other drivers as drunk drivers.

Talking on the phone or texting while driving distracts drivers from the road. Without their full attention focused on the road, drivers are unable to react quickly enough to avoid hazards that they would otherwise have less difficulty avoiding.

The problem of distracted drivers is made worse by the fact that few drivers who engage in this risky behavior actually recognize the danger they are creating for others and therefore see no reason to cease talking on their cellphones or texting while they are driving.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident and you know or believe that the other driver was using his or her cellphone and that the accident may have been caused by his or her carelessness, we can help you build an effective case.

Exceptional Representation Since 1970

At Ripplinger & Zimmer, L.L.C., we have been helping the victims of accidents recover the compensation they need and deserve since 1970. We know how challenging it can be to recover physically from an auto accident. You may need extensive rehabilitation. You will need access to the proper medical care and the financial resources to help you get through that time. We are dedicated to helping our clients effectively pursue the help they need.

Contact the St. Louis Personal Injury Lawyers of Ripplinger & Zimmer, L.L.C.

When another driver's carelessness causes you or a loved one to be injured, we can help you hold that driver accountable for his or her actions. With our decades of experience, we understand how to build strong cases for our clients. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Belleville distracted driving accident lawyers, call 618-234-2440 or simply contact us online.

In personal injury, malpractice cases and in some business litigation, our fees are contingent upon our securing compensation for you. We only charge attorney's fees once we have recovered compensation for our clients.