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Hands-Free Devices Affect Auto Accident Liability
Hands-Free Devices Affect Auto Accident Liability

Distracted driving is a problem throughout the country. Many states have made it illegal to use a hand-held cell phone or other devices while operating a vehicle. A person can receive fines if they violate this law, but they may also be subject to a lawsuit if they cause a ...

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