Distraction: A Significant Threat To Georgia Drivers
Distracted driving is quickly becoming one of the most significant safety threats on Georgia roads. From cellphones to in-car infotainment systems, many things can distract a driver and threaten the safety of every person on the road.
If you are the victim of a distracted driving accident, you could have grounds to move forward with a personal injury claim. The Hoyt Firm in Rome helps victims of various types of motor vehicle accidents, and our experienced father-son legal team is ready to help you. With decades of combined legal experience and half of a century serving our community, we will take every step necessary to help bring your case to a successful conclusion.
Why Is Distracted Driving So Dangerous?
Many drivers are unaware of the significant danger posed by distracted driving. Even one second of inattentiveness can have serious or fatal consequences for bikers, pedestrians and other motorists. Distraction comes in many forms, and they can affect the driver in different ways. Types of distraction include:
- Cognitive distraction
- Manual distraction
- Visual distraction
Cellphone use while driving is particularly dangerous because it affects a driver’s eyes, hands and mind. As a victim, you may believe there is little you can do to prove that a driver was distracted when he or she caused your accident, but we can help. Our lawyers thoroughly investigate each accident case, and if you suspect distraction, we will secure cellphone records to determine exactly what happened.
Regardless of why or how a person was distracted at the time of your accident, you are entitled to hold liable parties accountable to the fullest extent of the law. Our attorneys Wade C. Hoyt III and Wade C. Hoyt IV have secured numerous multimillion-dollar settlements for our clients, and we will serve as the aggressive legal advocates necessary to navigate the personal injury claims process.
How Can You Know Your Options?
By starting with a complete evaluation of your case, you can better understand the legal options available to you after a distracted driving accident. Call our office at 706-622-9812 or email to schedule your no-cost, no-obligation appointment.