Texting And Driving Accident Attorney in New Orleans
John S. Williams knows how to handle distracted driving crashes
Texting while driving is against the law in Louisiana. Even so, some drivers ignore this law and text and drive at the same time. The result – many texting drivers end up causing serious car accidents. Other drivers and passengers often sustain severe injuries. When this happens, it’s important that distracted drivers are held accountable for their actions.
We understand the seriousness of your texting while driving accident at The Law Offices of John S. Williams, LLC. That’s because accident attorney John S. Williams has more than 15 years of experience dealing with many different types of car accidents. He knows Louisiana’s laws. He understands how the justice system works here. You can count on him to aggressively advocate for the financial compensation you need and deserve for your accident-related expenses.
What is Louisiana’s texting while driving law?
Louisiana prohibits all drivers from texting while driving. This includes sending a text, reading or writing one. Louisiana’s distracted driving laws also prohibit drivers from using electronic devices for other purposes behind the wheel, including checking or writing emails or social media messages.
The only exception to this rule is drivers using GPS devices to look up directions. Emergency services personnel (police officers, firefighters, EMTs, etc.) are also exempt from this rule if they are using an electronic device as part of their work.
Penalties for violating Louisiana’s distracted driving laws include fines and suspension of the violator’s driver’s license. If a texting driver caused your car crash, hold them accountable for their actions. Talk to an experienced car accident lawyer who can fight for justice for you.
How can a lawyer help me with my texting while driving accident claim?
You might think you don’t even need a lawyer if a texting driver caused your car crash. The other driver clearly broke the law. You deserve to be compensated. Unfortunately, many texting accidents turn out to be far more complicated. The texting driver might deny texting at the time of the crash. They might even try to claim you caused the collision.
Having an experienced attorney on your side can help set the record straight. New Orleans car accident lawyer John S. Williams can help you in many different ways, including:
- Demanding to see the at-fault driver’s cellphone records at the time of your accident
- Carefully reviewing your official police accident report to make sure the facts are right
- Conducting a thorough, independent investigation into your car accident
- Consulting with accident reconstruction experts, if necessary
- Negotiating with the at-fault driver’s insurance provider on your behalf
- Filing a car accident lawsuit on your behalf, if necessary
- Representing you in all courtroom appearances, if necessary
Whether it’s negotiating a settlement offer or fighting for a jury verdict on your behalf, you can count on attorney Williams to go the distance for you. A lifelong advocate for civil rights and social justice, attorney John S. Williams is the lawyer you want when it matters most.
Get the New Orleans lawyer who will fight for justice for you. Contact us.
Don’t wait to take legal action. Louisiana has one of the shortest deadlines in the country to take legal action after a car crash. Specifically, you only have one year from the date of your car accident to file a lawsuit or take other legal action.
Demand the money you deserve. Contact us and schedule your free case evaluation with New Orleans accident attorney John S. Williams. He can meet with you, answer your questions, explain your options and discuss the best approach for winning your case. Justice starts with attorney John S. Williams.