Texting while driving


 Texting while driving is illegal in Massachusetts because it is reckless and negligent to do so.  It often is the root cause of many personal injuries and motor vehicle accidents involving injury and wrongful death. Massachusetts outlaws texting and emailing while driving with a fine of $100.   No cell phone use is permitted for drivers under 18. You could also be facing mandatory loss of license if found guilty.



If you have been involved in a Massachusetts motor vehicle accident and believe cell phone use or texting may have been a factor, it is critical to contact the police and make sure a record of it is established through the police or any other witnesses. Make sure you gather names and addresses of potential witnesses who may have seen the other driver talking or texting on their cells phone.



 Contact a personal injury attorney


At the Law Offices of Michael R. St. Louis, we are fully prepared to handle your personal injury case. As a leading Boston personal injury law firm, we can provide you with the direction and legal counsel you need to win your case. Call our Law Offices today for your free consultation at 781-816-3950 or contact us online.



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