Holding Distracted Drivers Accountable In Colorado
Distracted driving is extremely dangerous, yet many people across the state engage in this risky behavior every time they get behind the wheel. From texting to eating, to rubbernecking at accidents, there are countless distractions that could pull a person’s attention away from the road. When this causes a crash, the distracted driver can be held accountable—regardless of whether they were intentionally or unintentionally negligent.
Have you been injured by a distracted driver? Our experienced trial lawyers at Klenofsky & Steward, LLC want to help you recover compensation for your damages. Don’t let a negligent driver or a greedy insurance company leave you without financial support after upending your life. As a car accidentvictim, you have a right to compensation.
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But what is considered distracted driving? If you were injured in a crash, it is important to know that distracted driving is not limited to phone use, such as talking on the phone or texting and driving.
Distracted driving may also involve:
Eating and drinking
Talking to passengers
Reaching for an item
Grooming, such as fixing hair or applying makeup
Rubbernecking at an accident
Changing the radio
Adjusting the AC or heater
Adjusting mirrors, steering wheel, or seat
Fiddling with navigation apps and devices
Fiddling with the vehicle’s infotainment system
Getting lost in thought, from spacing out to worrying about problems
Compensation For Distracted Driving Accident Injuries
A distracted driving accident can cause either minor or severe injury. Successful claims will result in compensation for the full amount of losses, financial and/or emotional, that you have suffered. (In legalese, these losses are referred to as “damages.”)
Most distracted driving accident victims are eligible for financial compensation for the following:
Medical expenses, from doctor’s visits to rehabilitation
Pain and suffering, physical and emotional
Loss of wages, benefits, and future earning capacity
Household expenses and accommodations
This list is not exhaustive. To ensure that you get the most out of your claim, it is recommended to work with a skilled lawyer. At Klenofsky & Steward, LLC, we offer free, no-risk consultations to the injured. We will answer your questions and help you decide which course of action is best for you.
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If you are searching for effective, experienced legal representation, we’re right here to help. As distracted driving accident attorneys, we have focused our careers on fighting for those injured by negligence. In our over 40 years of combined experience, we have helped clients throughout Colorado maximize their compensation.
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