More people than ever are using cell phones to conduct business while driving — and they’re not just making phone calls. People use their cell phones to receive and send documents, e-mails, and text messages, and even to perform research (video).

Today’s technological age means people can work anywhere, anytime, but this convenience comes with a price for business owners: Distracted drivers who hurt or kill someone expose their employer to potential liabilities for their mistake.

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