Texting While Driving

In the state of Minnesota, texting while driving is illegal. And with good reason — sending text messages when operating a vehicle can be far more dangerous than driving while drunk. Unfortunately, the Minnesota texting while driving law does not stop all motorists from sending messages while on the road. As a result, the number of distracted driving accidents continues to increase in our state, and the results are often devastating.

Were You Injured By A Texting Driver In Minnesota?

If you were injured in a car accident due to another individual texting while driving, you may be entitled to financial compensation. However, navigating the complex legal system is not something you can do alone, especially when you are injured. This is where the Law Office of Jeffrey A. Jones, P.A., can help.

Our lawyers focus solely on motor vehicle accident claims. We have the legal experience, skill and knowledge to address any type of collision, including those caused by distracted drivers. We will begin your case by establishing liability. If needed, we will pull phone records to prove the distracted driver was using his or her mobile device while driving. We then focus on quantifying your injuries, assessing your current and future medical expenses, determining income loss, and proving your pain and suffering.

While the majority of our cases can be resolved outside of trial, our lawyers are fully prepared for courtroom litigation if the insurers will not offer a fair settlement. We have significant trial experience, and insurance companies are often willing to settle beforehand because of our reputation in court.

Contact The Minneapolis/St. Paul Injury Attorneys At The Law Office Of Jeffrey A. Jones, P.A.

After a motor vehicle collision, we are here to help you and your family rebuild your lives. Contact our Minneapolis lawyers at 612-335-9975 to discuss your case. You deserve justice, and our law firm will help you get it.

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