Identifying Distraction

The fact that distracted driving is a leading cause of auto accidents is well documented. Sources as varied as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Insurance Institute for Highway safety, and myriad nonprofits and educational institutions have shown that risks for accidents are significantly increased when things such as cellphones, hands-free devices, and on-board electronics are used. However, proving that a driver was distracted at the time of an accident is not always an easy task.

If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed in an auto accident, please contact The Cochran Firm online or by calling (800) 843-3476 today to schedule your free initial consultation and learn how we can help you get the justice you deserve.

Investigating Your Accident
In some cases, cellphone records and other electronic evidence can be gathered to establish distraction, but not all forms of distraction leave such distinct trails. This is why you need an experienced attorney on your side immediately following your accident.

The attorneys at The Cochran Firm work with a network of accident experts and similar professionals who know exactly how to identify all forms of distraction. Our team of attorneys also maintain access to the collective knowledge of the entire firm, assisting us in establishing cause and liability, even in the most complex cases.

Identifying distraction as the cause of an accident is not always easy, but it is necessary to ensure proper compensation. The attorneys at The Cochran Firm are here to investigate your case, hold those responsible for your accident accountable, and help you get maximum compensation.

If you are in need of an experienced auto accident attorney, please contact us today. The Cochran Firm maintains offices throughout the country and serves victims of serious injury in all 50 states.