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Don't Let a Culpable Distracted Driver Get Off the Hook

Fueled by smart phones and instant access to information, attention spans may appear shorter and people may seem more preoccupied with multiple things at a time. Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of car accidents in Wisconsin.

Whether drivers are preoccupied with texting, eating, talking on the phone, or are otherwise inattentive, it only takes seconds for an accident to occur.

Injuries related to distracted driving accidents can include broken bones, back pain, whiplash, and even paralysis. These injuries can require a lengthy recovery, and initial settlement offers may not fully cover the expenses. If you were recently involved in a car accident caused by a distracted driver, learn from personal injury lawyer Steve Caya about your best options to receive the compensation you deserve.

Contact us for a free case consultation from Wisconsin's best car accident attorney, Steve Caya, near downtown Janesville.

What Comparative Fault Law Means for Your Compensation

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Wisconsin operates under a comparative fault law, meaning each driver involved in the accident can be found partially or entirely at fault. As a result, you will need to prove the other driver was at fault in order to receive any compensation for damages. Additionally, you could also be found at fault, even if you sustained major injuries like paralysis or spine damage. Any compensation you receive will be reduced by the percentage of fault you are assigned. This can be costly to navigate on your own.

Seeking the counsel of a knowledgeable personal injury attorney can help you prove the other driver’s fault and disprove your own, increasing the amount of compensation you could receive.

Contact Steve Caya to discuss your best course of action after you've been injured by a distracted driver.