Does your company ban work-related phone calls while driving? Should it? Business bans on cell phone use while driving are gaining in popularity and may have a significant effect on ending distracted driving accidents. If your employer does not yet ban cell phone use while driving, then it is important to think about how you could approach an employer about such a policy and why you should contact a Kansas City car accident lawyer if you are injured in a crash during work time.

 

3 Things You Should Tell Your Employer About Business Related Distracted Driving

 

As part of your campaign to end distracted driving for you and your colleagues, it is important to remind your employer that:

 

  • Business bans on cell phone use while driving are not new. Oil companies, for example, have had bans in place since the late 1990s.
  • A significant portion of Fortune 500 companies have cell phone while driving bans in place.
  • Employers may be held liable in some cases where an employee is conducting business on a cell phone while driving and causes an accident.

 

How you approach your employer with this information is up to you and must account for proper company procedures and individual personalities. Yet, however you decide to do it, it is important to remember the importance of what you are doing and that it could save your life or the life of someone else.

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James Roswold is a Kansas & Missouri personal injury, workers comp, and medical malpractice attorney.