As technology continues to advance, more products are created that present hazards for drivers because the potential for car accidents caused by driver distraction will increase.  A new computer device is the next step in products that can cause car crashes from distracted drivers.

Some wireless carriers in Europe and Asia have already been selling these tiny laptops, called netbooks, equipped with built-in cellular modems at low prices, just like with cell phones.  Along with cell phones, they present a potential danger for drivers who value checking their email rather than looking at the road.

Our firm’s car accident attorneys think that drivers need to pay attention to the road at all times.  No phone call, text message or email is worth the danger of a distracted driver who can cause personal injury or wrongful death.

Keeping both eyes on the road and keeping your mind completely focused on potential objects that can cause car accidents.

A car accident that leads to pain and suffering becomes more likely if drivers are not focused on what is important — the road and other drivers on it!

Beginning on May 17, 2009, Verizon Wireless, the largest U.S. wireless carrier, will sell the same thing in their stores.  They will offer a netbook made by Hewlett-Packard at $200 after a rebate.

As laptops get smaller and cell phones are able to do more, there is becoming more for drivers to become distracted by while in their cars.

Our car accident lawyers believe that companies should be careful with the products they sell to consumers.  They should know about all dangers their products can cause either walking down a street or driving in a car.  We, therefore, urge everyone to take this best car insurance policy out there and turn off your electronic distractions.

If you were injured and believe that you deserve compensation, then call our bilingual law offices right away at 1-858-551-2090 or click here for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney and find out how we can help you.  We look forward to providing good advice for your case.  There is no fee if no recovery.