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Texting While Driving Truckers

A Maine lawyer can fight for victims of texting and driving trucking accidents

Texting and driving accidents are a relatively new problem on the roads in Maine. Maine law makes it illegal for drivers to send or receive text messages under the distracted-driving law. Truckers also face federal laws banning texting while driving. In January 2010, the federal government formally barred truckers and bus drivers from sending text messages while driving. The legislation is part of a growing effort to make laws to eliminate the threat of distracted drivers.

If you were injured as the result of a negligent texting and driving trucker in Maine, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Joe today: 1-877-294-6813.

Text messaging and driving: a deadly combination

Truckers who send or receive text messages are 23 times more likely to be involved in a truck crash than truckers who do not text behind the wheel, according to an analysis by Virginia Tech's Transportation Institute.

Through no fault of your own, you can suddenly sustain a serious injury in a tractor-trailer crash because a driver was looking at a texting device instead of looking at the road.

A Maine truck accident lawyer can fight to protect your rights if you were injured due to a truck driver who was texting while driving.

Texting and driving by truckers should not be tolerated. Call Joe now.

Don't hesitate to call a personal injury lawyer in Maine who understands the struggles accident victims face. Contact a Maine truck accident lawyer at the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein today to find out how we can help you. We can put our experience and resources to work for you if you've been injured in a truck driver texting while driving accident. Your consultation is free, and you don't pay us any fees unless we achieve a successful result.