There you are, driving your typical route work when, suddenly, another driver rear-ends you. After a few minutes of shock and getting your bearings, you take stock of your condition and don't feel any injuries. Good news, at least you don't have to spend the rest of your day and maybe more dealing with injuries, right?
Imagine driving to work on your daily commute when another car rear-ends you. Whether the other driver was busy sending a text message or was not focusing on the task at hand, his distracted driving is the reason you are now injured and your car is in the repair shop.