According to CBS Boston, on February 20, 2011, a 17-year-old Massachusetts driver crossed the centerline of a street and collided head-on with a 55-year-old driver.Â The 55-year-old died March 10, 2011, as a result of injuries sustained in the crash, while the 17-year-old driver survived.Â Police say the surviving driver was text messaging at the time of the crash, violating Massachusettsâ€™s ban on texting while driving.
Texting while driving is a hot issue in the United States and has been banned by 30 states, including Arkansas.Â According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, a driver is four times more likely to get in a car accident just by using his cell phone while driving. The Arkansas car accident attorneys at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz have represented victims of Arkansas car crashes for over twenty years and understand the dangers of texting while driving.
In order for a client to obtain maximum compensation, Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz (NST) lawyers must prove another driver was negligent.Â The Arkansas auto accident attorneys at NST have knowledge of Arkansas driving laws and experience applying these laws to car accident cases.Â Your NST lawyer can use this knowledge to determine if another driver had violated Arkansas law at the time of the crash.Â For example, NST lawyers may consult with experts who can examine cell phone data to determine if a driver was text messaging while driving.Â Also, NST lawyers can retain experts to recreate the scene of an accident.
Throughout Arkansas auto accident cases, lawyers at Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz fight for clients to obtain damages for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages.Â NST lawyers have experience speaking to doctors and interpreting medical documents that accompany fatal car accident cases.Â In addition, NST lawyers may consult with economic experts to document any medical expenses incurred.Â In the past, NST lawyers have also retained economic experts to determine lost wages and future earnings.
Nahon, Saharovich, and Trotz is a large regional plaintiffâ€™s law firm that pursues maximum compensation for families of fatal car crash victims in Arkansas.Â Call NST Lawâ€™s Jonesboro office at (870) 931-0500 or 1-800-LAW-4004 for a free consultation on your Arkansas car accident case.Â Our auto accident attorneys will fight for fair and just compensation for you, and we will do everything we can to take care of you during the process.Â Since it is important to begin investigating car accident cases as soon as possible, let the Arkansas auto accident attorneys at NST get started on your case today.
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