Texting While Driving Motorcycle Accidents

Fighting for victims of texting while driving motorcycle accidents

Text messaging is a significant distraction among drivers that endangers all other vehicles on the road, including motorcyclists. Texting by drivers can prove to be especially dangerous to motorcycle riders and passengers, who are not protected by airbags and seatbelts.

If you or a loved one was injured on a motorcycle due to texting while driving, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact an experienced personal injury lawyer in Maine to learn about your rights. At the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein, we provide aggressive representation for our clients who have been injured in motorcycle crashes and other types of accidents. Call Joe today: 1-866-275-4563.

Fines for texting while driving in Maine

It goes without saying that drivers should focus on the road, not on their cell phone screens. Maine law prohibits texting while driving, with the minimum fine for texting while driving being $100.

Those fines exist for good reason. Every year, hundreds of motorcyclists are killed by distracted drivers, with cell phones as the most common cause of distraction. Thousands more sustain serious motorcycle accident injuries that may result in skyrocketing medical bills, a loss of income and pain and suffering. Traumatic injuries related to motorcycle wrecks such as amputation, broken bones or injuries requiring surgery demand the skills of an experienced motorcycle accident attorney in Maine.

Contact a Maine motorcycle accident attorney

After a motorcycle accident, you may be contacted by an insurance company looking for a quick settlement. Before you make any oral or written statement, talk to the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein. You may be entitled to more compensation than you are being offered. For a free consultation, call Joe today at 1-866-275-4563. Tell the insurance companies you mean business.

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