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Can You Walk and Chew Gum at the Same Time?

You're on your cell phone while driving, and you get into an accident. Who is liable?

You certainly are, but is your employer, as well? Most likely not, because you as an employee are acting beyond the course and scope of your employment.

But that doesn't stop plaintiffs. Proving once again that anyone can be sued for anything, here are two horror stories about people who were involved in car accidents with cell phones.

There are plenty of people out there that think we should hang up and drive. But where does it stop? Can you eat and drive? What about talking to your passenger and driving?

At a minimum, try a hands-free system for your cell phone.

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