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Mobile Phones as Dangerous as Whiskey?

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In 2002, a Miami jury awarded a 78-year-old woman $21,000,000.00. The woman had been previously injured in an automobile accident. The key evidence: The at fault driver’s cell phone records.

The studies indicate that driving while speaking on a hand held cell phone is more dangerous than consuming enough alcohol to exceed many state’s legal limits before getting in an automobile.

The key to establishing liability in any modern cases may come down to the ability to recover the defendant’s mobile phone records. This is one of many responsibilities and benefit personal injury attorneys can both fulfill and provide.

If you have questions about either an at fault driver’s mobile phone us or other fact of a personal injury claim, it makes sense to contact personal injury attorney as soon as possible.