Distracted driving, which includes driver inattention or cell‐phone use (talking and/or texting), is becoming increasingly common and dangerous.
If you have been injured by a distracted driver, you may have questions about what to do.
This series of Tessmer Tips will help answer those questions.
How do you know if you have a legitimate personal injury claim? Consult with a qualified attorney to find out for certain. While only a qualified lawyer can tell if your circumstances are likely to result in an award, most personal injury cases share these common elements:
• You have been injured either directly or indirectly (or you are the legal representative of someone who was injured);
• Someone else was at fault, either wholly or partially;
• Your injuries can be documented;
• The person or organization at fault is capable of being sued.
Click here to see how Tessmer Law Firm can assist with Personal Injury cases.