Texting While Driving Is Illegal In Massachusetts And New Hampshire. We Can Help You Hold Drivers Accountable For Your Injuries.

Using a cellphone to send and receive text messages, obtain status updates from Facebook or post something to Instagram while driving is not merely an act of negligence, it is illegal.

Nationwide, states like Massachusetts and New Hampshire are passing laws against texting while driving in an effort to prevent accidents. Unfortunately, many drivers ignore these laws. When they do, and when they cause car accidents, our lawyers will take action.

At the law firm of Manzi, Seccareccio & Merwin, P.C., our attorneys stand up for auto accident victims and hold distracted drivers accountable. If you or a loved one has been in an auto accident that you believe was caused by a driver who was texting while driving, we can help.

Proving That Someone Was Texting While Driving

In some cases, proving that the negligent driver was texting at the time of the auto accident is a straightforward matter. Perhaps witnesses saw the driver holding a cellphone prior to the accident. In other cases, investigation may be necessary. If needed, we can request records from the negligent driver's phone company. These records will show whether text messages were sent or received around the time of the accident. We will use this proof as the basis for a claim designed to get you maximum compensation.

Learn More About Your Legal Options. Schedule A Free Consult Today.

Contact us to discuss your accident in further detail. Schedule an appointment at our Lowell office at 978-703-8517 or our Woburn office at 781-304-8864. You can also reach us via our online contact form.

Free consultations. Same-day appointments are available. All auto collision cases are handled on a contingency basis.

We represent clients in Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Tewksbury, Westford, Concord, Carlisle, Bedford and Nashua, New Hampshire.