Cell Phone Related Accident
In Jacksonville, Orange Park, and other cities in the State of Florida, there is a common danger on just about every road, streets ,and highway at all times of the day. The danger or risk presents itself of cell phone related usage and resulting car accidents. The use of mobile phones and tablets to text, type, OR read while driving can and does contribute to causing serious car accidents on a daily basis. Many such offenders are not charged or cited with improper use of a mobile phone device while driving; however, it is clear that mobile phone usage has increased the number and severity of car accidents across the State of Florida and the nation. Based in North Florida, David Wolf handles personal injury cases including those related to car and truck accidents through the State of Florida. David Wolf is an experienced Florida Automobile Accident Attorney who is the author of 10 books including the book titled - Florida Automobile Accidents - Personal Injuries - Keys to Protecting and Enforcing Your Legal Rights. You can get a free copy of the book by visiting and completing the Contact Us Form on this website.
Cell Phone or Mobile Phone usage is covered and prohibited to some extent by Section 316.305, Florida Statutes. A driver in the State of Florida is permitted to talk on a mobile phone device; however, a driver is not permitted to manually type or enter multiple letters or keys into a wireless device OR drive while sending or reading data on a mobile phone or tablet device. Unfortunately, in a world consumed by instant information and multi-tasking, thousands of drivers violate the law every day and put other drivers, passengers, bicyclists, motorcyclists, and pedestrian in danger.
If a person is injured by a driver suspected of driving while texting or reading a mobile device, there may be a way to obtain the mobile phone records of usage and match it against the time of the crash and the negligent actions of the driver. It is difficult in many cases to match the usage with the exact time of the crash. Furthermore, there is just limited information on many mobile phone logs and ledgers as to the actual detailed use at the time of the crash. If a crash is caused by a driver suspected of using his or her mobile phone in an improper or unsafe manner while driving, it is certainly reasonable to check into the issues as part of the case or claim investigation. However, it should also be noted that the proof of mobile phone usage may not be necessary to establish a claim or case for negligent driving causing a crash and resulting personal injuries.
If you or a family member has been injured as a result of the negligent driving of another person while using a mobile phone OR just the negligent driving of another person, contact car accident attorney David Wolf for a Free Consultation. David Wolf will explain your legal rights and recommend course of action to protect and enforce your important legal rights. Get D Wolf On Your Side - At Your Side.