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Texting and Driving Auto Accidents in South Carolina

Lawyers for Texting & Driving Accidents in SC

Man is texting while driving.Distracted driving is incredibly dangerous, and texting and driving has grown to be one of the main reasons for distracted driving accidents in South Carolina . Whenever a person looks at their cell phone to read through a text message, their eyes are off the road for about five seconds, which is enough time to go a few blocks while not looking at the road. Whenever that person decides to respond to the message, their vision and attention are off of the road for even longer, forming enough opportunity to cause a major accident.

Some people think that they can keep looking back at the road while texting to remain safe, yet even then, their mind is not really on the street, and every second that you are preoccupied is a moment which could prove deadly for you or somebody else.

For the victims of texting & driving crashes, end result could be overwhelming. If you have been wounded by this sort of a collision in South Carolina, The Jeffcoat Firm is there for you.

Know the Laws with Texting / Driving in South Carolina

Laws in South Carolina have addressed the idea of driving your car while preoccupied for quite some time, although they did not always specially target text messaging and driving. This changed in ’14 with a whole new legislation that caused it to be against the law to text and drive or to take part in any comparable task while driving a car (everything concerning writing into an electronic device). Your only exemptions to this law involve situations where the driver is text messaging for emergency help or engaged in public safety occupations. When you text and drive without meeting such uncommon exemptions, then you might end up paying a penalty (up to $100 for 1st offense). When you actually set off a collision while breaking this legislation, then the fine may be as much as $200.

Survivors Could Collect Injury Compensation

Injured man reading his injury claims.If you’re the victim of a South Carolina texting / driving car crash, you are entitled to injury compensation. For instance, you could have your healthcare costs addressed, your lost wages and lost long term income potential covered, your damage to property addressed, plus collect compensation for pain and suffering as well as other losses. All through the United States, survivors of texting / driving accidents are receiving thousands of dollars from the insurance policies of the responsible drivers.

Get in touch with The Jeffcoat Firm to plan a complimentary consultation and learn exactly how we’re able to help you collect the maximum amount of damages for your injuries and losses following a texting and driving car crash in South Carolina.

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1333 Main St #510,
Columbia, SC 29201

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5465 Sunset Blvd Suite B,
Lexington, SC 29072

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161 Elliott St SE Suite B,
Orangeburg, SC 29115

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749-2 University Village Dr,
Blythewood, SC 29016

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