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When we talk about distracted driving, most will think of using a cell phone – talking, texting, emailing – but there are many activities that can distract a driver and lead to a serious accident. Defined, distracted driving is any activity that takes your attention away from driving. When pursuing a personal injury claim, the challenge may be whether you can prove distracted driving caused your accident?
Distracted driving activities include (but are not limited to):
Yes, it can be challenging to prove distracted driving was the cause of an accident; however, you can gather the following types of evidence that may ultimately support the other driver was distracted.
The best way to build a strong case against a distracted driver is to hire a personal injury lawyer, one with the experience and resources needed to help you prove your claim. Your lawyer can take the burden off your shoulders by gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, hiring experts and more.
If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident in which you suffered serious injuries due to another’s negligence, having an attorney who is your advocate can offer you peace of mind during your recovery. Call Nash & Franciskato at (877) 284-6600. We have a successful track record of helping accident victims collect the compensation they deserve.
One of our experienced staff will speak with you personally and will provide you with a free, no-obligation review of your case.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published September 14, 2020. It was reviewed on April 2, 2023, and updated for content and accuracy.