You are likely well aware of the fact that distracted driving is extremely dangerous. One of the main types of distracted driving involves texting or some use of a cell phone, which is particularly dangerous because it involves all three types of distraction, affecting a driver's vision, movement and cognitive function.
You see a car approaching your motor vehicle and do everything you can to get out of its path. But it's not enough. The other car ends up striking your automobile.
When it comes to drunk driving, you may be like other Oklahoma residents who think that an individual's alcohol consumption prior to driving only counts if their blood alcohol concentration is .08 or higher. Fortunately for the victims of crashes involving alcohol consumption, that isn't necessarily true.
A car accident could leave you with both physical injury and financial damage, yet you may be unsure of the steps you should take in the immediate aftermath. It can be both overwhelming and frustrating to know that you suffered because of the reckless and negligent actions of another person, but you do not have to walk through this complicated situation alone.