Personal Injury

San Antonio Texting and Driving Lawyer

Our distracted driving attorneys can help with your claim

Like many states, texting while driving is against the law in Texas. That’s because the dangers of texting behind the wheel have been well documented for years. Unfortunately, some drivers in San Antonio and elsewhere ignore the law and text while driving. And when they do, many of these drivers cause serious car accidents on I-10, I-35 or other many major roads in San Antonio, including Broadway Street and Alamo Plaza.

Knowing what to do after a serious car crash can be confusing. Even knowing what your rights are as an injury victim or family member might not be clear. That’s why it’s important to talk to an experienced San Antonio auto accident attorney as soon as possible after your crash. That’s why we want to meet with you at Tracey Fox & Walters.

For more than two decades, our knowledgeable legal team has been fighting for the rights of injury victims in San Antonio and throughout Texas. We understand how the legal system works in Bexar County because we work here – and we have the case results to prove it.

Challenges people face

A texting driver broke the law and caused your car accident. Sounds straightforward, right? Don’t be so sure. Often, accident victims face many legal challenges after a texting accident. Some of the issues involve:

  • The driver denies texting at the time of the crash.
  • The cell phone carrier refuses to release records.
  • The driver blames you for causing the collision.
  • The driver’s insurance company challenges your accident claim.

Don’t underestimate the complexity of your case. Make sure you get honest advice so you can make smart decisions. Talk to an attorney at our law firm today.

How we can help you

The clock is ticking the second after you’ve been injured in a car accident. In most cases, you have two years from the date of your car accident to file a lawsuit or take other legal action in Texas. This deadline is known as the statute of limitations.

Two years might seem like a long time. But building a successful legal case often takes longer than many people think. Plus, the longer you wait to take legal action, the harder it can be to find the facts you need. Evidence often disappears. Memories fade. The time to act is now.

When you have our experienced legal team on your side, we can get straight to work on your case. We have years of experience investigating accidents. We frequently consult with experts. We know how to negotiate with insurance companies. And if they refuse to cooperate, we’re prepared to take them to court.

Your rights matter here. Find out why Texans trust our law firm. Contact us today.