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There is a cacophony of information on cell phone emissions, RFs, and SAR metrics. Learn to employ critical thinking to everything you read and hear on the subject. Even the FDA—an authority figure—waffles on the subject of cell phone emissions. You must learn to tiptoe your way through the minefield of outlandish “medical” allegations, scientific aberrations, inconclusive research projects, and even crackpot urban legends that prey on human fears.
Rep. Mike Schofield voted against HB 62, explaining that “the bill likely will cause more, rather than less, unsafe driving. … Many drivers will simply lower their phones farther from eye level to avoid detection, taking their eyes even further from the road and increasing the likelihood of accidents.” He also called the texting ban an “overly broad intrusion on Texans’ liberties.”
For a detailed guide on how to handle your own car accident or other personal injury claim, get How to Win Your Personal Injury Claim , by attorney Joseph L. Matthews (Nolo).
In 2010, the State Farm insurance company stated that mobile phone use annually resulted in: 636,000 crashes, 330,000 personal injuries, 12,000 major injuries, 2,700 deaths, and US$43 billion in damages.