When Another Driver’s Texting Or Other Distractions Caused Injury To You
Distracted driving is causing more and more accidents in Kentucky and nationwide. All of us need to drive defensively to steer clear of distracted drivers. In case of an accident, it may be important to find out whether the other driver was driving while texting or otherwise distracted.
A detailed investigation after a motor vehicle accident is essential to the process of determining liability. Showing that another driver was in the wrong can go a long way in building an effective claim for compensation. Accident reconstruction may reveal that a negligent driver failed to watch out properly because of distractions such as:
- Texting while driving
- Using devices like cameras, tablet computers, GPS devices or radio dials
- Talking with other occupants in the car
- Eating, smoking or grooming
Whatever type of activity constituted a distraction, evidence demonstrating another driver’s carelessness can enhance your claim for compensation after a crash.
Blankenship Massey & Associates Attorneys at Law, leaves no stone unturned when researching the causes of our clients’ motor vehicle accidents. We are prepared to dig deeply into the details behind the car or truck accident that injured you and use that to strengthen your case. For example, we sometimes discover that a negligent driver was texting or talking on a cellphone by reviewing cellphone usage records.
Strong Evidence May Enhance Compensation
When you have suffered a serious injury or lost a loved one in a vehicle accident, it is worthwhile to consider all possible ways of improving your case. Compelling evidence on your side may help you recover the compensation that you need and deserve for the following:
- Medical care
- Replacement of lost wages
- Acknowledgment of your pain and suffering
With more than 50 years of combined experience practicing law, our personal injury attorneys are powerful litigators who work hard on behalf of injured clients and their families.
Let Us Evaluate Your Case
Initial consultations – in person or remote – are free at our law firm. You will not owe us legal fees until a verdict or settlement is paid. We welcome the opportunity to answer your questions and explain how we can help you pursue financial and legal justice after a crash caused by another driver’s distractedness. To make an appointment, call 859-905-0936 or send an email message.