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Distracted Driving Accidents

Holding Distracted Drivers Accountable

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), “distracted driving” is any activity that could take a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving. Distracted driving is a common cause of motor vehicle accidents in Des Moines and across the state of Iowa.

Drivers are frequently distracted by:

  • Texting while driving
  • Using a cellphone
  • Adjusting the radio
  • Attending to children
  • Fatigue
  • Talking to passengers
  • Eating, drinking and smoking
  • Intoxication

Aggressive Representation Every Step Of The Way

The negligent behavior of distracted drivers often results in innocent people suffering life-altering injuries. If you or someone you love has suffered serious injury or even wrongful death due to an accident caused by a distracted driver, the lawyers of Jeff Carter Law Offices, P.C., can help you get the justice and compensation you need to pay for your losses, fund your recovery and move forward with your life.

Our Des Moines distracted driving accident attorneys work one-on-one with clients to guide them through the legal process with the personalized focus and genuine care and concern that are the hallmarks of our firm. We are successful trial lawyers who zealously advocate on behalf of our clients to help them obtain fair compensation for their past and future medical bills, pain and suffering, living expenses, lost wages, future earnings potential and long-term care costs.

Contact Jeff Carter Law Offices, P.C.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident caused by a distracted driver, our law firm is ready to help you obtain justice. To schedule a free consultation, call our office at 515-644-4871 or 402-979-8675, or contact us via email. We represent clients throughout Iowa, and we are also equipped to handle cases in Nebraska, Minnesota and Georgia.

In-home, weekend and evening appointments are available upon request. Personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, meaning you pay no attorney fees unless we win compensation for you.