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Proving that you were victim to a distracted driving car crash

When involved in a car accident that led to damages, it is important to establish who was to blame. If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries, you will want to have access to the best possible health care. This can be possible through a successful compensation claim. However, in order to successfully gain compensation, you must show that the other driver caused the accident.

Distracted driving is often a cause of car crashes, and it is common for car crash victims to cite this as what the other party was guilty of. Perhaps they saw them looking down at their phone immediately before the crash occurred, or they noticed that they had turned around to engage with a passenger in the back seat. Distracted driving is never really excusable, but you as the car crash victim must prove that this was the cause in order to be successful.

How can I prove that the driver's distracted driving was what caused the crash?

There are many ways you can do this. First, you should look into the police reports filed. They may include a preliminary determination of fault. Alternatively, you may have spoken to the driver after the crash and witnessed him or her admitting his or her fault. If this is the case, it can serve as evidence. Finally, if the other driver was using his or her phone, cellphone records may be able to prove he or she was active at the time of the crash.

If you want to prove fault in an Ohio car crash, it is important to make a compelling case. An experienced attorney can help you do so.

Source: FindLaw, "How to Prove Distracted Driving Caused a Crash," accessed May 25, 2018

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