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Monday, March 20, 2017



As much as I hate to admit it, I can't say I blame the car insurance companies. I know rates are calculated, at least in part, based on a driver history and type of vehicle insured. In order to be fair, those who are good, non-distracted drivers who drive cheaper, less high-tech vehicles should be getting lower premiums. But their rates are still probably going up to pay for the negligence and carelessness of others.

As cynical as this sounds, at least this means personal injury attorneys will stay busy. All these smartphones are certainly making it easier to argue negligence.

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