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    Signs of Car Accident Negligence

    Here are some ways that the other driver could have been negligent in a way that caused this accident.

    Whether it is a fender-bender or something much worse, a car accident can lead to physical and financial costs. If you have been in a car accident, then you might be wondering whether insurance is enough or if you should consider using it. One of the most important parts of a personal injury case is determining liability, and in particular, proving negligence. Here are some ways that the other driver could have been negligent in a way that caused this accident.

    Distracted Driving

    Distracted driving is still one of the leading causes of car accidents across the country. Even though there are many laws now against texting and using a cellphone, it is still common to see people with their phones while behind the wheel. Many people underestimate the dangers of distracted driving, but it can only take a second for someone to change the radio station or look at a notification on their phone for an accident to happen. In many cases, distracted driving can be comparable to drunk driving in the danger level.

    Breaking Traffic Laws

    While it can’t always be easy to prove that distracted driving cause an accident, distracted driving often leads to breaking traffic laws. Many drivers break traffic laws without realizing it, from going a few miles above the speed limit to rolling through stop signs. Traffic laws are key to protecting all drivers on the road, and if someone breaks these laws, it can create a domino effect that can lead to a serious accident.

    Safety Features

    Even if a driver follows traffic laws on the road, they can still be putting themselves and others at risk if they don’t’ pay attention to the safety features in their own vehicle. It’s important to maintain a car so that it works properly, such as taking care of the steering and brake functions. If these are broken, or if the headlights or turn signal lights are out, it will make it difficult to drive safely.  

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