Distracted drivers are spotted on Tennessee roads every single day. The state recognizes that numerous individuals are injured in distracted driver-related motor vehicle accidents every year and sees this as a significant issue. If you were hit and injured by a distracted driver, according to the state, you may be entitled to seek compensation for your losses.
In this day and age, electronic devices are big distraction offenders. People are on their cellphones texting, talking, emailing, playing games -- you name it. Such behavior behind the wheel has led to thousands of deaths and injuries over the years. It is not just cellphones that people have to worry about. Newer cars are fitted with some incredible electronic features that are also very distracting.
There are a number of other things that can distract a person while driving. Interacting with passengers and even being lost in thought can remove a person's mind from the most important task at hand -- driving with care. Every driver has a duty to others with whom they share the road to exercise proper care.
When distracted drivers cause motor vehicle accidents, proving that certain distractions contributed to the event can be a challenge. Having an attorney on your side who has experience handling car accident cases can prove invaluable if you are taking steps to seek compensation for your losses in a Tennessee civil court. To learn how an attorney can help you in your pursuit of relief, please take a moment and visit our firm's website.