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Car accidents can stem from various reasons, yet one prevalent cause is distracted driving, contributing to numerous crashes, even in Georgia. Distracted driving encompasses any activity diverting attention from the road. These distractions span from checking text messages or directions on your phone to eating or adjusting your music. Notably, Georgia's Hands-Free Act prohibits touching your phone while driving, aiming to curb such distractions. Despite this legislation, accidents persist due to distracted driving.

If you've suffered injuries in an accident caused by a distracted driver, determining liability is crucial. Often, the at-fault driver may not readily admit distraction. Proving that distraction led to the collision becomes imperative to secure the compensation you rightfully deserve. Gathering evidence, such as traffic camera footage, bystander photos, or witness statements, is pivotal in establishing your case.

This evidence serves as a cornerstone in obtaining compensation covering property damage, medical expenses, lost income, and more. An adept personal injury attorney proficient in handling such cases can assist in substantiating distracted driving claims, ensuring you receive due compensation.

Seeking legal help after a car accident is vital. Contact Greathouse Trial Law today for expert assistance. Connect with us online at atltriallaw.com or via phone at (404) 599-9999.

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