Home Personal Injury Motor Vehicle Accidents Distracted Driving Accidents
In This Section

Injured By Someone Texting Or Talking?

Too many drivers choose to use their cellphones and other mobile devices while behind the wheel. This and other types of distracted driving are causing an epidemic of serious traffic accidents, catastrophic injuries and wrongful death throughout the U.S.

If another driver smashed into your vehicle because he or she was distracted, you have legal rights. At the Duke Law Firm, LLC, we are here to protect those rights and help you secure full compensation for your injuries.

We urge you to report your distracted driving accident as soon as possible so that our attorneys can begin investigating and preparing your personal injury claim. Call our Carrollton office for a free initial consultation: 678-390-5577. The consultation can take place at your home or hospital room if you are too injured to travel to us.

Seven Common Distractions For Drivers

Some of the most common types of distractions for drivers nationwide are:

  1. Texting while driving
  2. Talking on the phone or using a mobile device
  3. Adjusting the radio, CD player or MP3 player
  4. Talking with passengers
  5. Eating or drinking
  6. Applying cosmetics or grooming
  7. Reading maps

Choose A Lawyer Who Is Skilled In Negotiations And Trial

Georgia attorney Desiree D. Duke has built her reputation for results by successfully fighting insurance companies and helping clients to get appropriate medical care. She is dedicated to making the law work for you when you have to struggle with lost income, medical bills, emotional trauma and physical pain.

Let Ms. Duke negotiate with the negligent driver's insurer or take your case to court if necessary. The insurance company will have an attorney on its side, and so should you.

Arrange A Free, No-Risk Consultation

Our payment policy for personal injury cases is by contingency fee, which means our lawyers only get paid if they recover money for you. To set up your free consultation, call 678-390-5577 or contact us by email.