Distracted Drivers

Honolulu Distracted Driving Accident Attorney

Representing Victims of Distracted Driver Accidents in Hawaii

At the Law Office of Jon S. Jacobs, LLLC, we have over 15 years of experience representing people who have been injured in car accidents throughout the Hawaiian Islands. If you have been involved in an auto collision that was caused by a distracted driver, our personal injury attorney can help you fight for fair compensation.

After a car accident, we encourage you to get in touch with our office as soon as possible. Contacting us immediately allows our Honolulu distracted driving accident lawyer to begin managing every aspect of your claim. From gathering evidence to speaking with law enforcement and insurance adjusters, we can handle everything so you can focus exclusively on your recovery.

Contact us online or call (808) 468-6484 to get started with your car accident claim today. Our distracted driving accident lawyer in Honolulu is here to help!

Common Types of Driver Distractions

There is much more that can distract a driver than a cell phone. In fact, Hawaii law defines a distraction as “anything that takes a driver’s eyes off the road (visual distraction), mind off the road (cognitive distraction), or hands off the wheel (manual distraction).”

Common examples of distracted driving in Hawaii include:

  • Eating and drinking
  • Applying makeup
  • Being lost in thought
  • Talking with passengers
  • Using GPS navigation
  • Attending to children
  • Reaching for items in the vehicle
  • Adjusting audio or climate control

No matter how the at-fault driver was distracted, you have the right to seek compensation for your injuries. However, it is often not easy to prove that a driver was distracted at the time of the crash. You need a skilled car accident lawyer who knows how to build a solid case on your behalf. At the Law Office of Jon S. Jacobs, LLLC, that is exactly the type of legal advocate you can find. Mr. Jacobs works tirelessly for each of our clients to ensure they get the results they deserve.

Contact the Law Office of Jon S. Jacobs, LLLC at (808) 468-6484 today to schedule a free consultation with our distracted driving accident attorney in Honolulu.

Drivers Distracted by Texting & Driving

Distracted driving is the cause of approximately 8.5% of all fatal car crashes in the U.S. Many of these accidents are caused by drivers who fail to pay attention to the road because they are glued to the screen of their mobile devices. As the availability and use of cell phones grow, the number of accidents related to texting and driving continues to increase, despite Hawaii’s anti-cell phone laws.

Although you cannot do anything to reverse the driver’s decision to text while driving, which led to your crash, you can take action to pursue the compensation you deserve. Our personal injury lawyer is here to guide you through the process of getting money to help pay for your monetary losses, such as medical expenses and lost wages, and non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering.

Helping You Get What You Are Owed

Whether you were rear-ended, sideswiped, or hit head-on, being in a car accident is a terrifying experience. Depending on the severity of your injuries, your life could be significantly impacted. Our Honolulu distracted driver accident attorney is here to handle all aspects of your claim for compensation.

What Sets Us Apart?

  • 15+ Years of Legal Experience
  • Proven Record of Success
  • Former Deputy Prosecutor & Insurance Defense Attorney
  • Trustworthy & Trial-Ready Representation
  • One-on-One Communication
  • Always Accessible
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You want a lawyer who understands the specifics of your situation. With more than 15 years of legal experience, Attorney Jon S. Jacobs can be trusted to apply his knowledge and resources to your case and strive for optimal results.

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