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As we all know, texting while driving is unsafe. This is common sense knowledge has been recognized by the New Jersey Appellate Courts as a basis for a personal injury recovery.

What Are The Three Main Categories of Distracted Driving?

Experts agree that there are three types of distraction when texting while driving:
  1. Visual – taking your eyes off the road;
  2. Manual – taking your hands off the wheel; and
  3. Cognitive – taking your mind off the road.
While all distractions can adversely impact safety, texting is one of the most dangerous because it involves all three types of distraction. Cell phone records for the date and time of the accident are commonly requested in New Jersey to see if the other driver was texting or talking on a cell phone, such as distract the driver and cause the accident. The most important reason to not text or use a cell phone while driving is the safety of yourself, your passengers and other people on the roadways. Texting while driving is another factor that can make you responsible in whole or in part for an accident. This can include not only causing you to violate a rule of the road, but also can prevent you from observing another driver in time to take evasive action so as to create partial responsibility for an otherwise avoidable accident.


While cell phone use is the most notable form of distracted driving in New Jersey, other distractions may give rise to liability. Distracted driving can take many different forms. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA), driver distraction can be anything that diverts a motorist’s attention away from the primary task of driving his or her vehicle. Some of the most common examples include:
  • Texting while driving
  • Using a cell phone or other handheld device
  • Adjusting the radio, CD Player, MP3 Player or console controls
  • Eating and drinking
  • Reading, including maps and navigation systems
  • Watching a video
  • Personal grooming
  • Talking to passengers

Start Your Case with the Top Distracted Driving Accident Attorneys in NJ

Our Atlantic County attorneys at HYBERG, WHITE & MANN are experienced in distracted driving auto accidents and have the knowledge to advise you of your rights. Give us a call at 609-407-1000 to schedule your free consultation.

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