Fighting For Justice After A Crash
In this day and age, drivers are often doing more than just focusing on the road while operating their vehicles. With the introduction of more gadgets, cellphones and other technology in today’s society, drivers often are not paying full attention to the roadway as they are in and among traffic. Because of these distractions, an increased number of motor vehicle accidents occur on our roadways, resulting in significant consequences to our clients and their families.
Should you suspect that a motor vehicle accident occurred as a result of the another driver’s distracted driving, it is important that you contact Rosenthal Kooshoian & Lennon, LLP immediately to ensure that a prompt investigation occurs and the necessary steps are taken to preserve the phone records of all of the drivers surrounding the time of the accident.
Types Of Distractions
Distracted driving occurs when something pulls the driver’s focus from the road. This could be mental, physical or visual. Common types of distracted driving include:
- Talking on the phone
- Reading or typing text messages
- Eating or drinking
- interacting with other passengers
- Changing car settings
Depending on the location of a motor vehicle accident, it is quite possible that video surveillance of the accident may exist. If so, a prompt investigation by our office ensures that appropriate action is taken to preserve any and all video surveillance whether it be from police cameras, private individuals and/or commercial businesses.
Tell Us About Your Accident
If you have been involved in an automobile crash, you need to contact our lawyers immediately so that we can start an investigation. Schedule a free consultation via our online submission form or call us at 716-800-3442.