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It is never acceptable to use your cellphone while driving. Yet 50% of drivers admit to having used their phone to call, text, or snap a picture behind the wheel. During an average rush hour, you could be at the mercy of half of your fellow drivers. And those are just the ones using the phone. Distracted driving includes anyone who takes their eyes, body, or mind off the road to focus on a different task. Risky behavior behind the wheel can include adjusting the stereo, cleaning up spilled coffee, or zoning out while driving.
You may have suffered an injury or lost someone you love in a car accident and believe the accident was caused due to texting while driving or another distraction. If this is the case, then you could be eligible to make a claim and collect compensation. At Farah & Farah, our distracted driving lawyers want to help minimize your suffering and fight for the compensation you may be entitled to receive.
In an instant, a distracted driver can change your life. By taking their focus off the road, distracted or texting drivers put everyone else in peril. If you were struck by a distracted driver, Farah & Farah understands the pain, fear, and frustration you may be feeling in this uncertain time. Our distracted driving attorneys can help provide clarity, give you financial certainty and allow you to focus on recovery. Call us 24/7 at (877) 245-6707 for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.
Incidents of distracted driving have climbed dramatically in the past few years. As smartphones have become more and more accessible, there has been a spike in distracted driving deaths.
Below are some stats regarding distracted driving accidents to paint a more vivid picture of this terrible trend:
Driving distractions are becoming all too common and while texting is one of the main culprits, it isn’t the only one. Anything that takes a driver’s attention off the road is considered distracted driving, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that close to 70% of rear-end crashes are due to driver inattention.
To reiterate: anything that causes you to take your attention away from driving may be considered distracted driving. If you have any questions about distracted driving or if your misfortune was due to a distracted driver, contact a distracted driving lawyer now!
Every accident is different. Liability in any scenario is always dependent on many variables. Proving liability depends on proving negligence and gathering evidence that supports your case. A skilled distracted driving lawyer can help you build your case with assets like cell phone records, witness statements, security camera footage, expert testimony, and other valuable bits of evidence.
Whether you live in Florida or Georgia, there will be different hurdles to overcome. If a driver is determined negligent, you may be eligible for compensation covering your medical bills, property damage, and psychological strain.
After being involved in a distracted driving accident, never admit fault or say you are sorry for an accident. While it is likely that you are only trying to be respectful, the other person may interpret your kindness as an admission of guilt.
Following these steps can help you make sure that you get the justice you deserve:
Being involved in a car accident can shake you to your very core. Car accidents can involve emotional trauma, financial loss, and mountains of medical bills. You may not know where to turn after someone hits you while distracted driving. An experienced lawyer can help you get the ball moving on your claim and get the answers you deserve!
If your life has been changed because of someone else’s distracted driving, we can help ease the financial and emotional burdens. Farah & Farah can ensure that we will help you recover from your injuries. Call us 24/7 at (877) 245-6707 or schedule your free case review now and to start building your case today.