Distractions On Oregon’s Roadways Can Become Deadly
Any kind of distracted driving that results in serious injury or wrongful death is an assault on your rights. If the negligence of an Oregon motorist using a cellphone while driving caused a serious accident — and catastrophic injury to you or fatal injuries to a passenger in your vehicle — you should contact the Law Office of Robert A. Miller in Eugene immediately.
Our law firm has successfully advocated for injured people like you with solid preparation, proven legal skills and keen client commitment. We have been protecting those rights for over 70 combined years of representing victims like you. The compassionate, quality legal representation you deserve and maximum availability to any question or concern you might have is a simple toll-free phone call away: 866-272-0803. You can also reach our attorneys by email.
Your initial consultation is free of charge and can take place at your home or hospital room if your recovery prevents you from traveling.
The Dangers Of Distracted Driving
As the popularity of advanced hand-held technology has entered our country’s car culture, and despite laws in many states that prohibit it, cellphone use and distracted driving can be major factors in:
- Fatal car crashes
- Truck accidents
- Accidents involving large commercial vehicles
- Motorcycle accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Accidents on dangerous roads and highways
- Accidents that injure or kill passengers
- On-the-job auto accidents
- Pedestrian and bicycle accidents
At the Law Office of Robert A. Miller, we feel that the distracted driver and his or her insurance company should be the ones who pay for all that you have endured — not you. You have enough to think about: lost wages, mounting medical bills, vehicle repair costs, emotional trauma that could last for years or a lifetime, and incalculable pain and suffering.
We understand the importance of a thorough investigation of an accident and dig deeper into the facts of your case to determine that cellphone use was the cause of the accident. We obtain cellphone records that exhibit the time when calls were placed and text messages were sent, and look for the kind of hard proof that can show the other driver’s negligence and hold him or her — and an insurance company — accountable.
If you have suffered significant damages and the distracted driver who hit you has no or minimal insurance, we will seek compensation from your own coverage for uninsured and underinsured motorists.
Also, we want the contingent-fee basis for our work to be a source of peace of mind for you and your family. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.