Unfocused Drivers Are Dangerous Drivers

Distracted driving is a serious problem in New York and across the country. From smartphones to in-car infotainment systems, there are myriad things to take a driver’s attention from the road. Even a moment of distraction can have devastating consequences, resulting in accidents that leave innocent victims injured and overwhelmed by loss.

Since 1959, the attorneys at Greenspan & Greenspan have represented accident victims in New York, and our experience in various types of personal injury claims allows us to serve as your effective legal ally after a distracted driving accident. We know how to build a strong case on your behalf, proving liability and fighting for the full amount of compensation you deserve. Our goal is not only to help you address your immediate concerns, but also your long-term needs as well.

Common Types Of Distracted Driving

The widespread use of smartphones had led to a significant increase in the number of distraction-related motor vehicle collisions. However, it is possible for a driver to be distracted without a phone in his or her hand. The three types of distracted driving include:

  • Cognitive distraction
  • Manual distraction
  • Visual distraction

Distraction can come from anything – from sending a text to adjusting the radio to talking to a passenger in the backseat. Regardless of how or why a driver may be distracted, each person is responsible for the decisions made while behind the wheel. It is possible to hold drivers accountable for negligent actions that caused you harm, and our attorneys can walk you through this entire process.

As experienced trial lawyers and effective negotiators, we are adept at both preparing a strong case and advocating for your interests. We know how to gather the right evidence to prove distraction played a role in your accident, and we are also able to navigate complex concerns related to insurance coverage. Whether in the courtroom or around the negotiating table, our lawyers will fight to protect your rights.

Discover Your Rights Today

After a distracted driving accident, you can turn to our team for the guidance and support you need. Contact our White Plains office here or at 914-290-4403 for an appointment. We do not charge you unless we are successful on your behalf, and your first consultation is always free. Our lawyers proudly serve clients in Westchester County, Rockland Country and throughout New York.