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In this week's special news segment on WSB-TV Channel 2, Atlanta’s car accident lawyers Montlick & Associates' Family Safety Advocate, Jacquie Palisi explains how an old smartphone, with no data service, can still be used to make emergency 911 calls. Watch this week's segment to learn more about how to use these emergency-only phones.
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Montlick & Associates, Atlanta Auto Accident Attorneys, Shares How Old Cell Phones Can Be Used to Make Emergency 911 Calls
Many people may not realize that an old, decommissioned smartphone can be used to make 911 emergency calls, as long as the phone's battery is charged. The Federal Communications Commission requires all cell phone service providers accept 911 calls from any wireless phone, even one that no longer has a phone number or service contract. The Atlanta Auto Accidents Attorneys at Montlick & Associates created the video above to explain how this works, and how keeping an emergency phone in your car's glove box could save your life in the event of an accident.
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In this week's segment on ABC News, Montlick & Associates, Atlanta Auto Accident Attorneys, explains how an old cell phone can still be used to make emergency 911 calls.