Were You Injured In An Auto Accident Due To A Distracted Driver?

Daily commutes and trips to normal activities may seem harmless but any time you get behind the wheel, you are facing the possibility of an accident. If you have been injured in an auto accident due to someone else's inability to pay attention to the road, you may be entitled to receiving compensation. You will want the guidance of an experienced personal injury lawyer for the duration of your case.

Our attorneys at the law office of R. Steve Bowden & Associates, PC, have firsthand experience negotiating with insurance adjusters. We protect the injured and the wronged against big insurance companies. Each of our clients are provided with customized advocacy for their case.

What Can Be Considered As Distracted Driving?

When a driver causes an accident due to a distraction, they can be found at-fault and responsible for your car damage and medical bills. Distracted driving is defined as any activity that diverts attention from driving. The three main types of distractions are:

  • Cognitive: Distractions that cause a driver's mind to drift off such as road rage, being under the influence of drugs, talking on a hands-free device, deep thinking and listening to the radio.
  • Visual: Distractions that cause a driver's eyes to wander off the road such as texting while driving, sightseeing, doing makeup or inputting the address to a destination.
  • Manual: Distractions that cause a driver to remove one or both hands from the steering wheel such as eating, drinking or smoking.

No matter which type of distraction caused the accident, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries. Consult with one of our legal team members today to identify your best options in seeking compensation.

North Carolina Personal Injury Attorneys You Can Rely On For Customized Solutions

Call our Burlington or Greensboro at 336-285-0925, to schedule your free consultation. You can also contact us online.

We make home and hospital visits for our injured clients.

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