Savannah Law Firm Publishes Post On Texting And Driving Accidents In The US

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Savannah, Georgia-based law firm, The Brown Firm, has announced the publication of a new blog post addressing the rise of driving accidents in the U.S. that are caused by texting and driving. Harry Brown from the firm says, "The rise of smartphones has increased the number of accidents on the road, and deaths from distracted driving keep increasing every year. Many people might not realize what and what doesn't define distracted driving, and even more people don't know what kinds of actions they can take if they are the victim of a distracted driving accident."

In the post, the firm sites statistics from 2016, where distracted driving took 3,450 lives and 391,000 people were injured in distracted driving accidents. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says there are around 481,000 drivers using their cell phones during the day. "Imagine how much bigger the numbers are when you take into consideration the number of distracted drivers around during evening hours," Brown says. "And it's not just cell phones that cause these accidents, but a number of different behaviors."

Distracted driving includes more than just texting or talking on the phone, Brown states. Other kinds of distracted driving include eating, drinking, talking to passengers, changing the radio, applying makeup, or programming a GPS. "Some of these behaviors may not seem very distracting because they're things that we do every day in the car," Brown says. "If they take your attention off the road, that's a potential accident. Many of these distractions can be avoided by doing them before you get in the car, or pulling over to a safe place to finish your task."

The top rated Savannah personal injury lawyer suggests that people know their rights when they get involved in an accident due to distracted driving. Brown says that if an accident occurs and someone was driving distractedly, a lawsuit can be brought against the person who caused the accident. "If someone has been texting and driving and injures a family member or yourself, you could possibly have your medical bills covered," he says. "At The Brown Firm, we have years of experience in collecting evidence so that you get the compensation you deserve."

After spending over 10 years as a chiropractor treating automobile accident victims, Harry Brown Jr., DC, JD graduated from John Marshall Law School in 2004 and started The Brown Firm with a focus on helping people heal and get compensation in personal injury cases. "My background in medicine gives me a unique insight into how both the legal and medical sides of cases work," Brown says. "I have experience in working with healthcare providers, other attorneys, and most importantly insurance companies to get my clients the best outcome possible." He is a member of many professional associations, including the UGA Athletic Association as a treating chiropractor, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, the Georgia Chiropractic Association, and the American Bar Association.

Along with Brown's experience in automobile accidents, the firm has over 30 years of experience in personal injury law, having worked on cases that include slips and falls, truck accidents, work-related incidents, dog bites, and more.

Medical malpractice is one of the firm's focuses. These kinds of cases originate from negligent care from a medical institution or a medical professional that causes traumatic injury or death. In a medical malpractice case, a death or injury to someone or a family member that could have been normally avoidable can be taken to court for compensation. Surgical errors, misdiagnosis or a failure of diagnosis, medication injuries, and birth injuries can all fall under medical malpractice. "As a medical professional, I understand how exacting medical procedures should be, and I know how to represent my clients in court in a clear way," Brown says. "I can help you break down the failures that led up to your claim and prove the negligence in order to win your case."

The firm's success has resulted in compensation for their clients, who have been impressed by the firm's customer service. Lynda B. said, "You showed genuine concern for my well-being the entire time I was a client. Attorney Harry Brown always had an "open-door" policy no matter what time of day or night I needed to talk. The end result was much more than a check - it was a great impression and great relationship with your team."

Those who are looking for more information on the types of cases The Brown Firm specializes in can learn more at the firm's website. The firm also has offices in Atlanta and Athens as well as Savannah to serve their clients.

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