Attorneys Fighting Back Against Distracted Drivers On Cellphones
Distracted driving accidents occur every single day throughout the state. Those who have fallen victim to another driver’s negligent actions deserve to have a strong advocate on their side. The attorneys at Bredell & Bredell have been representing car accident victims since 1984. We have a proven track record of representing our clients and offer every client personalized attention. We have offices located in Jackson and Ypsilanti, and we serve clients throughout the state of Michigan. Our firm aggressively represents clients who have been involved in car accidents caused by cellphone usage.
Injured In An Accident Caused By A Distracted Driver?
Though cellphone use while driving is not banned in Michigan, it is illegal to text while driving. However, many drivers (including new and young drivers) ignore this rule. In an instant, a multicar highway collision or a serious accident that results in a fatality can occur. At Bredell & Bredell, we take distracted driving accidents seriously. If we suspect that cellphone use has caused the accident, we will seek to obtain cellphone records from the other driver. We will gather testimonials from witnesses, use accident reconstructionists and other experts to help prove liability, and determine the exact cause of a motor vehicle accident.
Both of our lawyers have been selected for inclusion for Michigan Super Lawyers from 2008 to 2012. Attorneys John and Lynn Bredell have a reputation for taking an assertive stance in the courtroom and obtaining fair compensation for injury victims. We will stand up for you at all times.
Texting While Driving Lawyers Serving Ypsilanti, Jackson And Lansing
If you have been injured by a driver who was distracted by a cellphone, we can help. Talk with us about your options during a free, no-risk consultation at one of our office locations. We are able to schedule appointments on a flexible schedule, and make home and hospital visits when needed. Call 734-482-5000 or contact us online now.