Mostly no, because they don't give legal advice. There are numerous things to do after you file an LLC to legitimately and legally set up your business. We have developed a list with single spaced bullet points, If you do not do all the things on the list for your LLC, you will violate several laws that carry personal liability. There are ways to limit your liabilities and protect your assets.
You would likely have to pay a portion of the cell phone bill If she is using her phone for business. Monthly reimbursement fee up front each month can be added to your company policy or you can give her a business cell phone to use and make a policy that prohibits person cell use for business. This is between the employer and employee.
Are you "Grandfathered" out of the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Regulations? Grandfathering is a myth and does not exist under ADA. You may not be able to open or improve your business until it is up to code and you could get sued. ADA is a 'complaints driven law' and anyone can sue you if they feel that your building is not accessible. Though it would be a big cost bringing your building up to code in all states a lawsuit can result in that court order no matter the cost.
Yes, if the employee was driving the company vehicle, but if they were driving their own vehicle on their normal commute home then no. Though the employee could be driving home from a different office or site then they normally do or if they are running an errand on behalf of the employer, they could decide to sue if in an accident, but the employer may still win at trial.