Distracted Drivers Cause Serious Accidents – Dlp Represents Seriously Injured Victims Of Truck And Automobile Accidents

Posted by John Finnerty & filed under Areas of Practice, Auto Accidents, DLP Law, Insurance Disputes, Motorcycle Accidents, Serious Injury, Truck Accidents, Workers Compensation.


As technology continues to advance, so too does the number of potential distractions to drivers.  More and more vehicles are now equipped with factory-installed smartphones, satellite radios, GPS devices and video/game player systems.  Drivers of vehicles that don’t have some or any of these hi-tech devices factory-installed often bring such devices into their vehicles with them for use while traveling.  There is no doubt that the use of these type of hi-tech devices while driving is an extreme safety hazard because the driver’s attention is distracted from the road while utilizing such devices.  Most states have now passed laws that prohibit texting while driving.  Some also prohibit hand-held cell phone use while driving, but still permit hands-free cell phone use.  Because all of these devices significantly impair a driver’s attention to the road, their use should all be banned by all jurisdictions.  Recent statistics show an alarming correlation between driver technical device use (particularly texting)  and motor vehicle accidents.       

Dougherty, Leventhal & Price, L.L.P. (DLP) represents seriously injured and catastrophically injured victims of auto accidents, bus accidents, SUV accidents, snowmobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accident and  tractor trailer accidents (including work accidents) throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania, including the Counties of  Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Wayne, Wyoming, Sullivan, Montour, Lycoming, Schuylkill, Tioga, Bradford, Susquehanna, Northampton, Carbon and Columbia.  These accidents often occur on the interstate corridors and state highways that run through Northeastern Pennsylvania, including I-81, I-80, I-380, I-84, I-180, SR 61, the Casey Highway, the I-80 Corridor and the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.  Some of the representative municipalities in Northeastern Pennsylvania where these accidents occur include Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Honesdale, Hazleton, Moosic, Dunmore, Old Forge, Williamsport, Tunkhannock, Towanda, Stroudsburg, Bethleham, Berwick, Bloomsburg, Pottsville, Kingston, Milford, Mansfield and Wellsboro.   We at DLP represent serious and catastrophically injured victims of truck accidents,  tractor trailer accidents, bus accidents, motorcycle accidents, automobile accidents and SUV accidents to get them the money and justice they deserve to compensate them for their injuries and damages.    If you are involved in an accident anywhere in Northeastern Pennsylvania, call an attorney at DLP as soon as possible after the accident for a free, no-obligation consultation.

DLP is your NEPA Truck Accident Law Firm.   DLP is your Scranton Truck Accident Law Firm.  A DLP Attorney could be your NEPA Truck Accident Lawyer.  A DLP Attorney could be your Scranton Truck Accident Lawyer. DLP is your NEPA Bus Accident Law Firm.  DLP is your Scranton Bus Accident Law Firm.  A DLP Attorney could be your NEPA Bus Accident Lawyer.  A DLP Attorney could be your Scranton Bus Accident Lawyer.  A DLP Attorney could be your NEPA Motorcycle Accident Lawyer.  A DLP Attorney could be your Scranton Motorcycle Accident Lawyer. DLP is your NEPA Auto Accident Law Firm.  DLP is your Scranton Auto Accident Law Firm.  A DLP Attorney could be your NEPA Auto Accident Lawyer.  A DLP Attorney could be your Scranton Auto Accident Lawyer.

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John Finnerty

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John has been representing clients in Northeastern Pennsylvania as an attorney with Dougherty, Leventhal & Price since 1996. Attorney Finnerty represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants in all types of civil litigation matters, including personal injury, workers\' compensation, auto accidents, products liability, commercial disputes, and slip and fall claims.

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