Is being in a phone conversation still dangerous, even if it’s “hands free”? Does using a hands-free device make the driver more at fault?

Anything that can take your attention away from the roadway and act of driving is potentially dangerous.  This includes hands free talking.  While this type of communication is arguably better than texting and driving you can still harm or kill someone through distracted driving of any sort.  If you or a loved one has been harmed by a distracted driver contact a personal injury lawyer right away.

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