Injured By A Distracted Driver?

A 2009 study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that 20 percent of vehicle accidents annually involve distracted driving.

Fortunately, North Carolina has made texting and e-mailing while driving illegal. When drivers choose to lessen their visual, manual and cognitive abilities while driving by operating cellphones and other devices, they break the law and injured parties may be eligible for compensation.

If you have been injured in a car accident involving a distracted driver in North Carolina, contact the Concord distracted driving attorneys of Baker Billick, P.A. As experienced personal injury lawyers we have handled over 100 auto accident claims, including claims involving distracted and drunk drivers.

Contact our Concord Lawyers to arrange a consultation, or brief us on your situation here.

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As discussed on our car accident page, we provide comprehensive legal assistance following injuries and are highly skilled at preparing claims for negotiations and litigation. In addition, we are experienced at pursuing punitive damages.

Punitive damages may be available when a party displays willful and wanton negligence. The purpose of punitive damages is to punish the careless driver and deter others from engaging in the same dangerous behavior. For more information about our firm and your rights following a vehicle accident, please contact us at 704-706-9308.

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