Kinston Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer

Distracted driving accidents frequently occur in North Carolina and Kinston is no exception. The North Carolina Department of Transportation reports that in 2019, roughly 19 percent of auto accidents in the state involved distracted driving.

A distracted driver includes anyone operating a vehicle that is not fully focused. Look to your left or right while driving and you may notice a distracted driver talking on the phone, texting, putting on makeup, eating or engaged in conversation with passengers. Whenever drivers take their eyes off the road, it puts everyone in the car and others sharing the road at risk. Many times, these distractions result in serious car accidents. If you live in Kinston, North Carolina or the surrounding area and have been involved in a distracted driving accident, then it is important to have an experienced distracted driving accident lawyer on your side.

Different Types of Distracted Driving

Although many people associate distracted driving with talking or texting on the phone, there are many different types of distracted driving, all of which can place those on the road at risk.

Distracted driving may include:

  • Texting and driving
  • Talking on the phone (even if it is a speaker phone)
  • Adjusting the GPS navigation system
  • Using CarPlay or Android Auto (or another in car navigation and entertainment system)
  • Eating while driving
  • Applying makeup or doing one’s hair while driving
  • Watching a video while driving

While there are many more examples of distracted driving, the above is just a short list of some of the more common examples. Distracted driving involves anything that takes the driver’s attention off the road for any length of time, sometimes resulting in a serious accident.

Never assume that other drivers are paying attention while behind the wheel of a car. Always stay alert and safe and never ride with a driver who engages in distracted driving. It is dangerous and can result in a serious and potentially life-threatening car accident.

“Can I File a Distracted Driving Accident Injury Claim?”

Kinston Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer can help you get justice when you've been hurt due to another's negligence.

An accident involving a distracted driver may take place for any number of reasons that cause the driver to take his/her eyes off the road. If you are involved in a Kinston distracted driving accident (or another distracted driving accident elsewhere in North Caorlina), you may have a claim for compensation if you were injured as a result. It is important to seek legal consultation from an experienced Kinston car accident lawyer.

Riddle & Brantley is ready to help. Our firm has been helping the injured in Kinston and North Carolina for more than 35 years. Let us help you navigate the system. We are happy to help and answer any questions you may have. Call us today at (252) 397-8624 or fill out the short form below. The consultation is always free, and we don’t get paid unless we get compensation for you.

A distracted driving accident attorney at Riddle & Brantley can listen to you, investigate your claim, help prove liability, and aggressively pursue your right to compensation.

“What Do I Need to Pursue Justice in My Distracted Driving Accident Case in Kinston?”

The first step is to call Riddle & Brantley’s distracted driving lawyers right away. Our experienced Kinston personal injury attorneys have extensive knowledge of car accident cases and know how to navigate the system to tackle each unique case. We will work hard to get you results and keep you updated during the process.

It is important to remember legal procedures can take time, and the outcomes of lawsuits cannot be predicted or guaranteed. The ultimate outcome will depend on the unique facts and circumstances of the case. Medical expenses can cost a lot of money. Call an experienced North Carolina accident lawyer at Riddle & Brantley if you are hurt in a distracted driving accident in Kinston for a free consultation.

Take the guesswork out of your case and let us be your advocate. You need to get back to the life you deserve and are accustomed to.

Results for Injured North Carolinians

Since 2000 alone, our distracted driving accident lawyers have recovered more than $600 million in total compensation for our deserving clients (see disclaimer below). We’re proud to advocate for injured North Carolinians, and were ready to help you however we can.

“You’ll walk in the front door as a client but leave as family. They’re the absolute best.”

-Susan S., Riddle & Brantley client

If you or a loved one has been injured by a distracted driver in Kinston, North Carolina, a distracted driving accident lawyer at Riddle & Brantley may be able to help. Our attorneys have more than 220+ years of combined legal experience and the resources necessary to investigate the accident, prove liability, and help pursue maximum compensation for our North Carolina clients’ injuries. For a free, no-obligation consultation with a knowledgeable distracted driving accident attorney at Riddle & Brantley, please call (252) 397-8624 or fill out the short form below.

There is never an obligation, and we don’t get paid unless we get you compensation for the accident. If we don’t recover financial compensation for you, you won’t pay any attorney fees. This is our promise to you. We are here to help.

Distracted driving accidents can be heartbreaking, because in many cases a bad injury or death could have been avoided had the at-fault driver simply kept his or her eyes on the road. The longer you wait to contact an attorney, the harder it may be to prove faut and win your case. Call Riddle & Brantley at (252) 397-8624 today or complete the short form below. Let us help.

Justice Counts for you and your loved ones.

*** Disclaimer: The results mentioned are intended to illustrate the type of cases handled by the firm. These results do not guarantee a similar outcome, and they should not be construed to constitute a promise or guarantee of a particular result in any particular case. Every case is different, and the outcome of any case depends upon a variety of factors unique to that case.