What You Should Know About Distracted Driving Accidents In Ohio
In most counties in Ohio, drivers of all ages are forbidden from texting while driving. Studies show that texting, making calls and doing related tasks make the likelihood of an accident three times greater. Yet countless people still choose to send or receive text messages behind the wheel. In fact, at any moment of the day across the U.S., more than 600,000 drivers are talking on their phones or using other electronic devices.*
If you were injured by a distracted driver, you have many rights, including the right to pursue financial compensation. With more than 75 years of personal injury litigation experience, Rumizen Weisman Co., Ltd. has handled thousands of accident cases in Cleveland and throughout Ohio. We know what it takes to hold careless and distracted drivers accountable for the pain and suffering their negligence causes. Let us fight for maximum compensation for you and your family today.
We Handle Crashes Caused By Myriad Distractions
Texting while driving is only one type of distracted driving. The lawyers at Rumizen Weisman Co., Ltd. also have experience with a wide array of other accident cases caused by:
- Talking to passengers in the back seat
- Using the CD player, MP3 player, GPS system or radio
- Reading maps and other print materials
- Putting on makeup or shaving
- Watching videos
- Eating or drinking
Choose A Firm With A Proven Record Of Results
Our attorneys have obtained many six- and seven-figure results for our clients over the years. In one car accident case, we recovered $2.1 million for a man who suffered a herniated disk. In another case, we represented a woman who accumulated only $5,000 in medical bills for her shoulder injury, yet we recovered $1.055 million for her.
*According to the U.S. government website www.distraction.gov