Distracted Driving Caused Car Accidents

 

Attentiveness is an essential aspect of safe driving. Anything that takes a driver’s eyes or focus off the road in front of him or her sets the scene for potential accidents. Distracted driving involves any activity or mental focus that takes a driver’s eyes, hands and/or attention off the task of driving safely.

After you have been injured in a car accident, you may believe you have no way of determining whether the other driver was at fault, and if so, how. However, a thorough investigation often uncovers evidence that a driver was distracted by any of the following:

  • A Heated Conversation with a Passenger
  • Eating
  • Fiddling with Radio Dials
  • Grooming
  • Operating or Reading a GPS Device or Smartphone
  • Reaching for Something
  • Texting via a Cellphone or Any Electronic Device
  • Using a Cellphone

Even using a so-called hands-free electronic communication device can lead to distraction. Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C. has the manpower as well as financial resources and legal knowledge necessary to thoroughly investigate your car accident case, including uncovering causes and analyzing projected costs of medical expenses. Time and again, we have discovered that distracted driving caused accidents — and put that information to use for our clients.

As we work to build a strong case for you or your loved one after a serious automobile accident, we will pay close attention to your medical condition, as well as to causes of the accident. Demonstrating what your losses are is a key part of an injury claim or wrongful death claim.

What Are Your Legal Rights When Injured by a Distracted Driver? Contact Our Morris County, New Jersey, Personal Injury Lawyers

If you were injured in a car accident caused by a texting driver, our law firm can help you pursue appropriate compensation.

For individualized attention regarding car crashes or any accidental injury circumstances, call us Gold, Albanese, Barletti & Locascio L.L.C. at 973-326-9099 or contact us online. Schedule a free initial consultation with no further obligation.

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