Texting While Driving Accidents

As it requires manual, visual, and cognitive function, texting is one of the most dangerous forms of driver distraction. Unfortunately, texting while driving is a common occurrence today.

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What Makes Texting While Driving So Dangerous?

Sending or reading a text message takes your eyes off the road for five seconds at a time. At 55 mph, that is the equivalent of having your eyes closed while driving the length of a football field. As stated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are three main types of driver distraction, all of which are required for texting:

Texting While Driving Facts

TeenSafe provides the following facts about texting and driving:

What to Do after a Texting While Driving Accident

If you have been hurt in an accident caused by a driver who was texting, get immediate medical attention for your injuries then call an experienced personal injury lawyer to help you pursue compensation. You may be entitled to recover damages for:

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Texting while driving is a dangerous driver behavior that can cause serious injuries or death. If you have been hurt in a texting while driving accident, call Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. P.C. to schedule a consultation. We can tell you if you have a case and what damages you may be entitled to claim.