A Texting While Driving Accident Lawyer In Houston Is Here For You

Drivers with an intermediate license and all bus drivers in Texas are prohibited from texting while driving. There's a reason. In study after study, reaction times for texting drivers are much slower than drivers who are not texting. Those extra few seconds could mean the difference between being able to stop safely and causing a serious rear-end accident, a head-on collision or a bicycle accident.

You need a Houston texting auto accident lawyer at the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood who has been handling distracted driving accidents for decades. Even before cell phones were everywhere, Attorney Gene S. Hagood has been helping families get their lives back on track after serious auto accidents.

The Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood has also kept pace with modern technology. The firm knows how to investigate accidents caused by texting drivers. They know what information to look for. They know where to look and how to use that data to build a solid, successful case. They also know how to deal with insurance companies, who often seem more focused on paying people as little as possible after an accident. That's not right.

Contact a determined Galveston texting accident attorney in Texas

The Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood focuses on getting clients compensation designed to cover the true cost of an accident. Too often, many people focus simply on their short-term needs, especially when it comes to emergency medical expenses. But the truth is many accidents cost people much more money many years later. Skilled accident attorneys know to consider long-term costs such as future loss of income, physical therapy, additional operations, and home modifications for people who sustain permanent disabilities, to name a few significant long-term expenses. All of these expenses add up. And the Law Offices of Gene S. Hagood takes them into account when obtaining a settlement or verdict for a client.

Demand justice. Call (800) 632-9404. We want to meet with you and discuss the details of your case. We understand you have important questions. That's why we offer all potential clients a free case evaluation. We want to provide you with honest answers and straightforward advice.  That way, you can decide if we're the right law firm for you.