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Don’t give up on proving that distraction caused your crash

by | Aug 26, 2019 | Motor Vehicle Accidents |

Unfortunately, Ohio residents are all too familiar with motor vehicles caused by distracted driving. According to one article, 52 fatalities and 508 serious injuries occurred in motor vehicle accidents caused by distracted driving in 2018 alone. Even worse, the statistics surrounding these incidents show an increase in distracted driving accidents in recent years.

Our attorneys believe that those affected by distracted driving crashes deserve justice. The problem for many victims is proving that the other driver’s distracted actions behind the wheel led to the accident. We want to share with you how you and your legal counsel can prove distracted driving.

Mobile phone records: When it comes to presenting solid proof of distracted driving, acquiring the other driver’s cell phone records is one of the most effective methods. These records, in addition to the information contained in the cell phone itself, can provide a clear timeline of the events leading up to the crash.

Eyewitness accounts: In many cases, serious motor vehicle accidents do not go unobserved. Other motorists, pedestrians or even bystanders make excellent witnesses for victims of these crashes.

Your testimony: Your own eyes and your memory can usually tell the tale exactly as it happened. Even if you have trouble remembering the accident at first, you may be able to recall the events later as you begin to heal.

You are not alone in your struggle to hold a distracted driver legally responsible for your suffering. Our office is on your side because we all understand the horrific outcomes of many motor vehicle accidents. Instead of giving up, consider seeking a legal remedy. You can learn more about your options by continuing to explore our web pages.


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