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Texting While Driving

Texting While Driving

Texting While Driving: A Potentially Life-Threatening Behavior

In today’s technology-driven world, there are more sources of distraction than ever before. The explosion of mobile devices — both cellphones and tablets — has made distracted driving increasingly prevalent.

Texting while driving is an especially serious type of distraction. It not only diverts the driver’s attention away from what’s going on around them, but it also takes their eyes off the road and hands off the wheel, making it virtually impossible to react in time to swiftly changing conditions. It’s no surprise that texting while driving increases the risk of an accident by 23 times, according to the Federal Communications Commission.

Holding Dangerous Drivers Accountable

Despite the obvious dangers of texting while driving, many people continue to engage in this potentially life-threatening habit. Their recklessness can have a tragic impact on the lives of innocent people.

If your life has been turned upside-down because someone else made the poor decision to text while driving, we can help you seek justice. At Agee & Tinsley in Wilson County, we have been giving a voice to injury victims across Tennessee for more than 65 years.

Don’t get stuck with the financial consequences of an accident that wasn’t your fault.

Driving accident lawyer Neal Agee Jr. will apply the knowledge and skill that come with more than three decades of experience to get you the compensation you deserve.

Get Answers During A Free Consultation

Any car accident can leave you grappling with countless questions. We can help you get answers. Call 615-444-0001 to schedule your free consultation. You won’t have to pay any attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for you.

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