PERSONAL INJURY LAW: TEXTING WHILE DRIVING
Mobile Phone Use and Texting While Driving Accidents
Each year, more and more people are severely injured or killed in car accidents caused by texting and driving. Cell phone use has risen drastically, and many Americans use these handheld devices on a constant basis, resulting in distracted driving and inattention. One moment spent texting or dialing a number on a smartphone can cause a serious accident.
You Have Options
If you have been injured, or a loved one has died, in a car accident caused by texting and driving, you have legal options to seek accountability and compensation against the individual who recklessly caused so much pain.
We are committed to advocating on behalf of you and your family, recovering maximum damages to help pay the cost of medical treatment and recovery — as well as seek justice — following a personal injury or wrongful death accident.
Fighting for You
We are committed to getting the answers you deserve about the accident. We will aggressively investigate the incident, obtaining records and working with witnesses to put together a thorough explanation of what happened.
If the insurance company refuses to work with you and your family to pay the benefits you need for medical coverage, we will advocate on your behalf to recover the money you need. Insurance companies tend to simply think in dollars and cents. But victims and their families know they need to cover medical bills, therapy, and lost wages due to the accident. We advocate zealously to recover what you need.
We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. You are not required to pay anything unless we get results for you. We serve clients throughout Washington D.C., Maryland, and Northern Virginia, including Alexandria and Fairfax.
When you’re ready to call, we’re ready to help. Reach us at 703-836-9030, or contact us here.
Personal Injury Attorney
Gregory M. Wade
Gregory M. Wade was born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Northern Virginia. Since 1977 Mr. Wade has been engaged in the private practice of law in Northern Virginia and has been an active leader in the Bar and in the community.