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Gathering the right evidence after a car crash

In the immediate aftermath of a shocking accident, it can be difficult for Minnesota residents to explain what happened. After a sudden car crash, for example, the individual who was hit by another vehicle may be at a loss to understand what just transpired. In the minutes, days and weeks after the accident, the pieces of the puzzle can start to come together as to how the accident was caused. Those involved in the incident can tell their sides of the story, while witnesses who observed the event may also shed light on what they saw. There may also be other evidence that can come into play when the cause of a crash is in dispute, like accident reconstruction reports that explain how the accident was likely to have occurred.

Distracted driving remains significant cause of car crashes

In today's constantly-moving world, it is easy for Minnesota residents to get distracted from the task at hand. Smartphones, touch-screen devices and other gadgets attract individuals' attention, even when they are engaging in matters like driving that should require their undivided attention.

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