Distracted Driving

Experienced Car Accident Attorneys Can Help

Distracted driving is all too common in New Jersey and can lead to serious and catastrophic injuries after an accident. At the law offices of Ginsberg and O'Connor, we know what you are going through and can get you the compensation you deserve to help you pay your medical bills.

Our lawyers have more than 50 years of experience handling car accident lawsuits, and we can protect your rights and hold negligent drivers accountable for their actions. At our law firm, you will receive personalized attention as we address your legal and financial concerns.

You and your family have rights after you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by a distracted driver. We will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Distracted driving can come in many forms. Cellphone use is a common threat on the road and contributes to many distracted driving accidents. However, drivers may become distracted by eating, daydreaming, changing the radio or a variety of other behaviors.

Regardless of the type of distraction, drivers can be held responsible for their actions on the road, and victims of these accidents can receive compensation for their pain and suffering as well as any financial losses due to their injuries.

What Are Your Rights After An Accident?

Our law firm can review your accident and determine what legal options are available. We frequently work with investigators and medical professionals to understand what caused an accident and to determine the financial and medical toll of a client's injuries.

If you have been injured in an accident you believe was caused by distracted driving, you have rights and deserve to be compensated after someone else's negligence impacts your life.

Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation

Located in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, we represent victims of distracted driving accidents throughout Central and South Jersey. Call our office at 800-598-3944 or meet with our attorneys for free to discuss your accident and injuries.