The month of April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. We'd like to use this as an opportunity to remind you, and other Kansas drivers, about the ways you can be a safe driver.
Distracted Driver Defined
The United States of Transportation recognizes three unique types of driver distraction:
Some Examples of Driver Distractions
Here are some of, just of few, activities that jeopardize your safety when driving:
You only have the ability to manage your own distracted driving. By avoiding doing any/all of the activities above, while driving, you are already safer. Further, even if another driver is distracted, you are less likely to be in a wreck with them because you are paying attention. We suggest, in order to keep Kansas roadways safe, that you also share this information with your friends and family. After all, knowledge is power. Click here for our "Accident Dos and Don'ts".
Distracted Driver Accidents
You may be reading this blog because you have been seriously injured by a distracted driver. Beyond distractions, there are a number of other moving parts that may impact your claim. Having an attorney who is experienced in handling these complex claims is a must. Our office will work to get you what you deserve (ex. auto repairs, a check for your damages, medical bills paid, etc...). Don't forget, the insurance company has lawyers and so should you. We are serving accident victims in Overland Park and across the state of Kansas. Call us today @ 913-602-7288 or complete this FORM.
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