Lexington, Burlington, Lowell Texting While Driving Attorneys

In Massachusetts, sending text messages while driving a motor vehicle is against the law. In fact, drivers under 18 are banned from cellphone use completely while operating a motor vehicle.

Accidents caused by drivers who are texting while driving fall under the classification of "distracted driver" accidents. Similar actions that frequently result in accidents include eating while driving, grooming while driving and manipulating a radio or iPod while driving.

Many of these car accidents result in tragic injuries that change the lives of the victims and their families. At Kajko, Weisman & Colasanti, LLP, our personal injury lawyers seek full compensation for individuals who are injured in accidents that are caused through no fault of their own.

You can file a personal injury lawsuit even if you were a passenger in the car that caused the accident. The driver's insurance provider — or even your own in the case of a driver who is underinsured — is responsible for your medical bills and lost wages.

Committed To Maximizing Your Recovery

If you or someone you love has been injured in a Massachusetts motor vehicle accident that was caused by someone texting and driving or any other negligence, it is wise to contact our experienced personal injury attorneys. You have enough to be concerned about in terms of recovering from your injuries and returning to work. Texting-while-driving accident victims should not have to be concerned about how you will pay your medical bills or replace lost wages.

If the person responsible for the accident is uninsured or underinsured, we will pursue full compensation from your own insurance provider.

Our experienced and knowledgeable personal injury attorneys frequently reach a fair agreement without the need to go to trial. However, if an agreement cannot be reached, we are always prepared to go to court.

Call 781-325-1786 or email us to schedule a free consultation. We will review the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take.

We can meet with you in either our Lexington or Andover office, or we will come to you if your injuries make traveling difficult.