At a time when the National Safety Council estimates that one-quarter of all crashes involve cellphones or texting - about 1.2 million accidents a year - distracted-driving lawsuits are becoming a larger part of the legal landscape. The lawyers who bring such suits are increasingly going after the deep pockets of corporations that let their employees talk or text while behind the wheel. And juries are making it worth their while.
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