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Recovering Damages In Distracted Driving Cases

Just one second looking down at a mobile phone or grabbing something from the back seat of a vehicle can cause enough distraction to cause an auto accident. Our distracted driving lawyers at the legal practice of Ramey Law, P.C., understand how devastating an accident caused by the carelessness of another can be. If you have sustained serious injuries due to a preoccupied driver, we can develop a strategy to help you seek the maximum compensation for your injuries.

What Is Distracted Driving?

When one envisions an inattentive driver, one most likely thinks of someone texting and driving, but there are many diversions for today’s drivers. Distractions can be separated into three categories: physical, visual and mental.

  • Physical distraction diverts a driver from looking at the windshield. Examples of this include eating while driving, drinking a beverage, using a GPS device, reaching into the glove compartment or retrieving an item from the back seat of the car.
  • Visual distraction can be debris on the road, animals running out into the street, or unexpected scenic views or architectural sites when driving in an unknown city.
  • Mental distractions such as grief from the death of a loved one, the unexpected loss of a job or a pending divorce can all cause emotional distractions during driving.

If you are charged with distracted driving or received injuries from a wreck due to an inattentive driver, reach out to our auto accident lawyers to know about California’s distracted driving law. We keep ourselves updated on progressive driving laws and know the common hindrances that cause California accidents, including app-based rideshare collisions. Learn what to do right after a vehicle accident to prepare for what we hope never happens.

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Our intelligent legal duo has decades of experience helping car collision victims obtain favorable outcomes. To schedule a meeting with our attorneys, please phone us at 310-773-5509 or click send on this email with your information. If necessary, we can come to you at your hospital room.