Social media affects us in a variety of ways. It can be particularly detrimental if we decide to scroll through our feeds while driving.
Below, our North Carolina personal injury attorneys illustrate the various ways in which social media use can distract you while driving.
Social media use can be detrimental both before and after a car accident. The distractions it can cause may increase your chances of a distracted driving accident. Additionally, posting to social media after an accident may jeopardize your personal injury claim.
Harmed in a Distracted Driving Accident? We’re Here to Help
Even if you set aside your smartphone and do not engage in distracting driving behaviors, not all motorists will follow suit. If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident caused by a distracted driver, our North Carolina personal injury attorneys are here to help.
We have decades of experience protecting the rights of the injured and the wronged across the state, and we’re prepared to fight for you, too. Put a heavyweight in your corner today.
Contact Lanier Law Group, P.A. at (855) 757-4204 to schedule a free consultation.