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Category: Car Accidents
January 31, 2019As in any car accident injury lawsuit, a person seeking compensation for injuries suffered in a distracted driving accident must prove that the defendant’s negligence caused the accident and injuries. This means proving to a judge or jury that the driver was, in fact, distracted or looking at something other than the road ahead of them at the time of the collision. Fortunately, distracted driving by its very nature often comes with ample evidence to establish fault.
April 21, 2017Most of the time, when we think of dangerous drivers, we think of teenagers or the elderly -- people who have been driving for such a short period of time as to be reckless, or people who have been driving so long they’ve become a danger to themselves and others. Typically, it’s assumed that drivers who have moved out of their teenage years and into full adulthood are more responsible, cautious and courteous drivers. However, a new study from AAA shows that’s just not the case.