Montgomery County Distracted Diver Attorney

People who use their cell phones while driving are putting people's lives at risk. Texting or even simply talking on a phone while driving significantly lowers a person's reaction time and ability to drive in a safe manner. You should not have to pay for your losses if you were in a car crash with someone who was negligently using a phone while driving. At the Law Offices of Mitchell Clair, we understand your situation and will work with you to resolve your personal injury claims.

At our law firm, our goal is to help you recover the financial compensation you need to cover all of your losses. Contact us online or call 888-365-2811 or 610-228-4371 in Pennsylvania to discuss your case with a seasoned auto crash attorney. From our office in Blue Bell, we serve clients throughout Montgomery County, including Norristown.

Texting and Driving Accident Lawyer

Sole practitioner Mitchell Clair has been a major part of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice's Auto Law Section since it was established more than 10 years ago. He has helped to maintain high professional standards for practitioners in the field and offers more than 20 years of trial experience to help you seek compensation for your distracted driving accident.

All Types of Crashes Can Occur From Cell Phone Usage

We will represent you if you have been injured by a negligent driver who was using a cell phone when he or she hit you. Our firm is familiar with all types of accidents, including:

Many crashes caused by a cell phone user occur in the form of a rear-end collision. These collisions can be dangerous because they may cause injuries that take years to fully develop and can be a drain on your future finances. You can rely on our distracted driver law firm to guide you on your path to financial recovery.

Call 610-228-4371 for a Free Consultation With a Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer

Contact the Law Offices of Mitchell Clair for a free consultation regarding your distracted driver claims. We accept cases on a contingent fee basis in virtually all situations. That means we only collect an attorney's fee if we recover compensation on your behalf through settlement or trial.