Distracted driving occurs when a driver is operating a vehicle and has to divert attention to another task, whether it is visual, manual, or cognitive. This means that distractions can involve looking away, reaching away, or getting lost in thought.
Sometimes, even the most conscientious driver winds up in an accident. This is p artly because there’s no way to guarantee that every other driver is being as conscientious as you are. If you are injured in an accident, talk to a Philadelphia car accident attorney Daniel S. Doyle about whether you have a claim that could help pay for any medical and other expenses you’ve incurred.