Our Lawyers Hold Distracted Drivers Accountable For Negligence
Inattentive driving plays a role in hundreds of auto accidents every year in Virginia. Cellphones, radios, in-car DVD players and other distractions take drivers’ eyes off the road, leading to serious accidents that result in injuries and even fatalities. If you were injured or lost a loved one on Virginia roadways, a skilled personal injury lawyer will investigate whether distracted driving played a part in the event.
At The Law Offices of Locklin & Coleman, PLLC, we represent those who were hurt in auto accidents in Manassas, Fairfax, Annandale and throughout Northern Virginia. We are led by attorney Kevin Locklin, who has practiced law in this area since 1981. He has successfully recovered millions of dollars on behalf of injured people, and will work tirelessly to achieve a positive result for you.
For a free consultation with one of our Manassas distracted driving accident lawyers, please call toll-free at 866-719-4394 or send us an email.
Searching for Indicators of Distracted Driving
Whether your auto accident occurred in Fairfax County, Fauquier County, Prince William County or elsewhere, we will work to uncover all the facts surrounding your case. By looking at phone records, interviewing witnesses and taking other measures, we will attempt to determine what caused the crash.
We have handled a number of serious personal injury cases that involved:
- Cellphone use, including texting while driving
- Use of in-car video/DVD entertainment systems
- Eating or drinking in the car
- Adjusting the radio
- Programming navigation systems
- Arguing with vehicle occupants or disciplining children
- Putting on makeup
Get A Free Consultation
If you believe distracted driving may have played a role in your auto accident, The Law Offices of Locklin & Coleman, PLLC, is here to help. We offer a free initial consultation at our Manassas office, or we can visit injury victims at home or in the hospital. To arrange your meeting, please call at 866-719-4394 or email us. We work on a contingency basis — no attorney fees unless we secure compensation.