Distracted drivers must be held accountable for their negligence.
The Guilty Party Should Be Held Liable for Their Actions
In the state of Hawaii, drivers are not allowed to use handheld phones to make calls or messages while on the road. However, due to their lack of responsibility, some individuals continue to do so and have caused damages to pedestrians or other drivers. When it comes to getting the legal assistance you need for these types of cases, you can turn to the Law Offices of Myles S. Breiner. Being seasoned professionals with years of experience when it comes to handling these cases, you can guarantee better outcomes for you or your loved ones.
What Are the Penalties for Penalties for the Responsible Party?
- Under the standard violation, the convicted will get a driving ticket which results in a $250 fine.
- For those who are caught under the act of distracted driving in schools and construction zones, they will carry a fine of $300
- For those driving commercial vehicles, the driver will be charged a fee of $2,750.
Should you need a legal team to help you with any case under distracted driving, you can trust Myles S. Breiner’s Law Offices.
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