Buffalo Distracted Driving Accident Attorney

With the prevalence of mobile and hand-held devices, distracted driving has become a huge problem on our roads. In New York, it is illegal for drivers to use a hand-held device while driving. But using a speakerphone or headset is allowed. Although the law prohibits behaviors that contribute to distracted driving, it does not mean that all drivers follow these laws.

If you have been injured by a distracted driver, discuss your case with a Buffalo distracted driving accident lawyer to learn more about recovering compensation. We are ready to help you fight for full and fair compensation for your injuries.

Our firm always begins each case with full and detailed investigations to determine if the other driver was at fault. We can look into the driver’s call history and phone records to see whether the phone was being used right before the accident. In addition to proving negligence, we also work with medical providers and financial experts to assess the full scope and value of your injuries. We know how important this claim is to you, and we work hard to make sure the results count.


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Campbell & Associates has earned a reputation for not only delivering proven advocacy, but for our personalized, one-on-one services. We don’t treat clients like case numbers. We actually take the time to understand their story, their struggles, and their needs. Every case strategy is tailored specifically to meet the unique challenges that our clients face.

We provide small-firm attention backed by big-firm results. In fact, we have successfully recovered millions of dollars for clients. We attribute much of our successes to our client-focused service and strong client-attorney relationships. Your case matters to us, and we show that in our actions and our results. Our firm proudly serves clients throughout Western New York!

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Actions That Are Considered Distracted Driving

  • Texting
  • Surfing the web on your phone
  • Chatting with a passenger
  • Eating while driving
  • Reading
  • Applying makeup