Boston Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer 

Boston distracted driving accident lawyer

Nearly each and every car accident in Boston happens due to negligence.  Negligence comes in many varieties, but frequently it is distraction that causes most car accidents.  This is really unfortunate because these car accidents are entirely 100% preventable.  Sadly, 9 people each day die as a result of distracted driving.

There are different types of distraction that commonly occur.  They are frequently lumped into three different categories: manual (taking your hands off the driving wheel), visual (taking your eyes off the road), and cognitive (thinking about something other than driving).  Sometimes these categories overlap, depending on the circumstances.

Distracted driving is a growing epidemic that is only getting worse.  Roughly 25% of all car accidents are due to distraction. As a Boston distracted driving accident lawyer, I see these car crashes happen all the time to my clients.  Here is some important information about these accidents.

Texting while driving in Massachusetts is illegal.  It is especially dangerous because it combines all three modes of distraction mentioned above: manual, visual, and cognitive.  Frequently it is texting that is the most common form of distraction driving.  Texting forces ones vision and focus away from the road. Even the slightest look down at one’s phone can be sufficient to cause a car accident.

Other forms of distraction include eating in the car, talking on the phone, using a navigation system, reading one’s phone, and other common forms of distraction can put you and other at grave risk for an accident.

Injuries That Can Happen In These Crashes

The list is nearly limitless, but here are some common injuries that arise from distracted driving car accidents:

Boston Lawyer For Distracted Driving Accidents

If you have been negligently injured in a car accident that was caused by someone’s distracted driving, I encourage you to call the Law Office of Christopher Earley today.  We would be happy to provide you with a free, no-obligation phone consultation to discuss your case.  We only get paid if we settle your case.