Mobile phones are not the only type of electronic devices that can cause serious injuries or death.

Some people also have injuries from falling, or from a fall that is caused by the collision of two people using a mobile phone.

Here’s what to know before using an electronic device or falling.1.

Who’s at risk?

If you fall, or are hit by a falling phone, you are at risk.

It is important to know who may be at risk and how to avoid getting hurt.

In general, it is more dangerous to use a mobile device in an area where there is a risk of a fall or collision, such as in a park or in the street, where there are crowds of people and there is potential for a collision.2.

How can you tell if your phone is being used in a dangerous manner?

If your phone has a broken screen or battery, you may have a loose connection or a broken or broken connector.

If your phone does not have a broken camera or a battery, there may be a broken battery connector or a bad battery.

If there is an injury, you can call the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to get a report.

If you see the phone or see signs of injury, or if you are aware of a potentially dangerous situation, call 911 immediately.3.

How do you protect yourself from falling phones?

It’s important to be aware of your surroundings.

For example, in a car, if the driver is driving down the street or heading into a park, it may be more dangerous for him or her to try to avoid falling phones.

If he or she falls, it’s important that the other driver is aware that there may have been an accident.4.

How many people have died because of phone accidents?

There have been at least 9,000 injuries and 5,000 deaths in collisions with cellphones in the United States since 2000, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

About 1 in 4 people who fall or are injured on a cellphone fall to the ground.5.

What happens if someone dies?

If someone dies in a cell phone collision, it can cause grief for the family.

Some of the victims’ loved ones may seek to sue the cell phone manufacturer.

However, there is no federal law that specifically prohibits lawsuits against manufacturers.6.

How should you handle someone who falls?

The most important thing you can do is call 911.

If the phone falls, call your local police or a fire department.

If someone is on the ground, make sure to get the person off the phone as quickly as possible.

If no one is on hand, you should call 911 for help.

If everyone is safely off the cellphone, get out of the way.

You can also call the CPSC if you think you may be in a safe place.

If someone falls or is injured on your cellphone, you need to immediately call 911 or contact the CPSU (Consumer Product Safety Unit) and get the appropriate information from the CPSO (Consumer Protection Office) to take appropriate action.7.

What can you do if you’re injured by a cellphone accident?

The CPSC and the CPSB (Consumer Products Underwriter Services) offer a wide range of information on cell phone injuries.

If a person falls or injured, you have a legal right to sue cell phone manufacturers and their mobile phone companies.

If a cell site or cell phone operator has not responded to a complaint regarding the accident, call the phone company’s local office.

The CPSB has information on the CPSCs cell site hotline at 1-800-787-4889.

The Consumer Product Law Center offers legal information on consumer product safety at