Distracted Driving Can Result In Serious Injuries And Death

In a split-second, a driver can look down at his or her phone to read a text, reach into the back seat to attend to a child or adjust the dial on his or her radio. In a split-second, a driver can veer into another lane, rear-end a vehicle in front of him or her, or run a red light.

When you are driving, that is what you should be doing 100 percent of the time. Far too often, motorists try to multitask when driving, and when their attention is taken away from the most important action — driving — other motorists can be seriously injured or killed in car crashes.

Bolus Law Offices in Louisville, Kentucky, has ample understanding of the role that distracted driving has in car accident claims. We are knowledgeable about the specific laws that exist to protect people from distracted drivers and the methods for securing maximum compensation for our injured clients. To learn how we can help you, please call us for a free initial consultation: 866-854-2804.

Texting And Driving Is Illegal In Kentucky

It is against the law to text and drive in Kentucky. That does not mean that people refrain from doing so. Far too often, people compose, read and send texts while driving their cars. Some people make it a regular practice and develop a sense of arrogance. They think, "I have been fine so far." All it takes is one split-second of inattention to change your life or the life of another motorist forever.

If you were injured by someone who was texting while driving, an attorney from our firm can take immediate action to protect your rights. We can perform a thorough investigation of the accident, handle all interactions with the insurance companies and seek the compensation that you deserve.

Please Contact Us For A Free Consultation

If you or a loved one was injured by a distracted driver, talk to a lawyer at Bolus Law Offices located in the heart of downtown Louisville. To schedule your free initial consultation, please call 866-854-2804, or contact us online.