Cell Phone Distraction, Human Factors, and Litigation examines the distractions that come into play when people are talking, texting, shopping, or gaming on their devices. This comprehensive title has a detailed history of the birth of cell phone technology and its evolution over time. This resource continues into a discussion of cell phone use in contemporary society and outlines how distractions such as texting while driving or distracted walking and running with ear buds can lead to accidents which can lead to litigation.
Litigators will find the chapters on State-by-State Restrictions on Cell Phone Use while Driving in the United States and Jury and Expert Witness Selection useful in preparing cases.
Other noteworthy chapters:
- Cell phone addiction
- Ineffective parenting and cell phone distraction
- Litigating an impaired employee performance case
- Nursing and social media
This book is worth putting your cell phone down to read. Check it out!