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Distracted Driving

In 2008, Minnesota enacted legislation that makes it illegal to text message, e-mail, or access the Web on a wireless device while driving. Police officers can now legally stop drivers if they suspect that they are breaking the law, and the violation carries up to a $300 fine.

When a distracted driver takes his or her eyes off the road for even a second, the results can be devastating. Due to recent media attention, most drivers know that text messaging and accessing the Web while driving is dangerous. Unfortunately, car accidents caused by cell phone use and texting still happen.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident caused by distracted driving, contact Swor & Gatto, P.A., for legal guidance and support.

St. Paul Texting While Driving Attorney

Following an accident, it may not be immediately apparent that texting or cell phone use contributed to the crash. Our lawyers work with experienced investigators and accident reconstructionists who know how examine evidence, including cell phones and cell phone records, that can pinpoint the cause of a car accident.

We have represented thousands of people who have suffered due to the negligent actions of others. You are not alone, and you deserve the peace of mind that comes with obtaining full compensation for your injury or the death of a loved one.

Contact Swor & Gatto, P.A., for a Free Consultation

The attorneys of Swor & Gatto, P.A., work hard for every client throughout the personal injury or wrongful death claims process. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Minneapolis distracted driving attorneys, call us at 651-454-3600 or complete our online form.

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