Distracted driving consists of one-third of all motor vehicle collisions in the United States. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than eight people are killed and over a thousand are injured in distracted driving accidents every day. If you were injured in a car accident caused by a distracted driver in Colorado, you must retain legal assistance from an experienced personal injury attorney.
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Distracted driving is considered operating a vehicle while performing one or more activities, diverting driver’s attention away from the road. The three main types of distractions include manual distractions, visual distractions, and cognitive distractions. So if your hands are off the steering wheel, your eyes are away from the road, or your mind is not focused on the primary task of operating a vehicle, distracted driving can increase your chances of being involved in a collision.
The following are common distractions:
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