Distracted Driver Accident Attorneys Licensed In Florida, Georgia, and Alabama

Distracted driving can be compared to drunk driving when it comes to the serious accidents and injuries that result. At Perry & Young, P.A., in Panama City, Florida, our attorneys have witnessed an alarming increase in accidents caused by distracted driving. In fact, we attempt to warn the public about the dangers of distracted driving and, specifically, cellphone use while driving, through one of our TV commercials. If you or a loved one is suffering from a car accident injury that you suspect was caused by distracted driving, call Perry & Young, P.A., at 850-215-7777 .  We have offices in Panama City, Panama City Beach, Marianna, and Tallahassee. Our go teams are available 24/7.

Distracted Driver Accident Attorneys Seeking Full Compensation For Victims In Florida, Georgia, and Alabama

When someone takes his or her eyes off of the road for just two seconds, he or she is putting the other drivers, passengers, and even pedestrians and bikers at risk for serious injury and death. Some common forms of distracted driving include:

  • Talking on a cellphone
  • Texting while driving
  • Emailing or surfing the Web
  • Looking up driving directions
  • Eating and drinking
  • Having a conversation with someone in the car

Having a conversation with someone in the car

At Perry & Young, P.A., our lawyers understand the devastating impact that personal injuries can have on victims and their families. Our team of attorneys will take your case as far as they need to in order to obtain the results you deserve.

Free Consultation With An Attorney

For a free legal advice, call our Florida distracted driver accident attorneys at 850-215-7777 . You can also send us an email through our online contact form, and we will be in touch with you shortly. SuperLawyers

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