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Distracted driving often includes, but is not limited to:
- Using a handheld device: This usually includes texting or making phone calls while driving.
- Adjusting built-in devices: When drivers adjust their navigation system or fiddle with their radio, their attention is taken from the road.
- Eating while driving: Eating while driving is very common and takes a driver’s attention and coordination way from the road.
- Other common activities: Other distracted driving activities include putting on makeup, fixing hair, and talking to passengers.
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Drivers are expected to keep their attention on the road at all times. Unfortunately, many Dallas drivers engage in distracting activities while operating a motor vehicle. When an accident occurs, it can be difficult to prove that a driver was distracted. However, cellphone records can often prove if the driver was texting or making a phone call at the time of the accident.
If you have been injured in an auto accident because of the negligence of a distracted driver, you need an experienced Dallas car accident attorney. We will launch an investigation and gather evidence build a strong case. You can trust Tracey & Fox to hold the other driver – and their insurance company – accountable.
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An accident caused by distracted driving can leave crash victims severely injured. Despite the other driver being at fault, insurance companies will go to great lengths to avoid paying the full amount of your medical expenses, loss of wages, and suffering. Don’t let the insurance companies take advantage of you. Tracey & Fox will negotiate with them and take the case to trial if necessary.
We’ll fight to ensure that your pain and suffering is compensated to the fullest extent of the law. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.