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Chicago Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys

Distracted driving can include any number of dangerous behaviors such as talking or texting on cellphones, adjusting the radio or eating food. Regardless of the particular distraction, the fact is that distracted driving is a threat to fellow motorists.

At Rapoport Weisberg & Sims P.C. we represent victims of accidents caused by distracted driving. To schedule a no-obligation consultation with a knowledgeable personal injury and wrongful death attorney, call 877-216-4213 or contact us online.

We Fight Against Unfair Insurance Practices

Our goal is to obtain maximum compensation for our clients. Through careful investigation and thorough preparation, we have helped our clients achieve significant verdicts and settlements.

If an insurance company does not offer proper compensation, our attorneys are always prepared to present a compelling argument before a jury. We assign a team to each case to provide the personal attention and tailored representation our clients deserve. We take the time to guide our clients throughout their cases to make the process easier.

Lawsuits Can Improve Road Safety

Community safety standards change over time. Driving after drinking has gone from a widely accepted behavior to a social taboo. While it may not be a surprise to see a driver talking on a cellphone or eating French fries, it still represents a danger to drivers, passengers and pedestrians alike. Our firm has represented the families of people killed by drivers who were not paying attention to the road. We have seen the tragedy that a few moments of inattention can cause. We believe that by holding wrongdoers accountable for the harm they have caused, you are helping to make the roads safer for everyone.

Talk To An Attorney Today

To schedule a free consultation, call 877-216-4213 or contact us online. We represent clients in Chicago and throughout Illinois.