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Adam Zimmerman

Law professor at Loyola Law School, specializing in class actions, mass torts and administrative law.

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Most of us have texted while driving, even though it’s dangerous behavior that causes hundreds of thousands of accidents every year. So what can be done to stop people from doing it?

Is the iPhone to blame for so much texting and driving?

Most of us have texted while driving, even though it’s dangerous behavior that causes hundreds of thousands of accidents every year. So what can be done to stop people from doing it?

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