Is distracted driving the same as reckless driving?
Not exactly. Distracted driving is more of a subset of reckless driving. Driving while manually, visually, or cognitively distracted recklessly endangers not just oneself, but others on the road as well because the driver is not paying full attention to his or her driving duties. This behavior results in serious car accidents every year, and drivers who are guilty of distracted driving should be held accountable for their actions.
At the Law Office of Bill Pelhan, our attorneys fight for Lancaster residents who have been injured in car accidents caused by reckless and distracted drivers. If you have been harmed in such an accident, call us at 717-392-6362 to talk about your legal options as a victim.