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Auto Accident: What to Do When You Are In an Auto Accident

Auto Accident: What to Do When You Are In an Auto Accident Auto Accidents are stressful and taxing. Two common questions people ask after they have been involved in an auto accident are “why did this happen?” and “what do I do next?” The answers can be found by working closel...
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NHTSA May Expand the 2013 Chrysler-Jeep Recall

Mark Rosekind, NHTSA Chief may reopen the probe of older Jeeps depending on the March, 2015 data which reflects the progress of repairs under the 2013 Recall of Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Libertys. Why the Aggressive Threats? What stands in the balance for Chrysler and Jeep could be a high-cost re...
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Did GM Hide Behind Bankruptcy to Save $10 Billion in Loss Claims from Faulty Ignition Suits

In mid-April, 2015, the federal judge overseeing General Motor’s bankruptcy upheld the shield of bankruptcy to protect G.M from $7-$10 Billion dollars worth of lawsuits. The potential lawsuits involved faulty ignition switches that may have resulted in 84 deaths. The move not only saves G.M fr...
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Injured Worker: Texas Atrocities Insurers Protected From Lawsuits by High Court Ruling

What becomes of the Texas legal system when the laws that are written to protect the people of Texas become a mockery of corporate indulgence? The answer to that question is found in the recent court rulings handed down by the Texas Supreme Court. By issuing rulings that undermine the ability of inj...
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The Impact of Cronyism upon Highway Safety and the Environment

Mark Rosekind, new administrator of the NHTSA, will have his hands full trying to combat a revolving-door situation between NHTSA staff and industry officials. These two groups have been trading places, with expected results of non-action with regard to vehicle safety and improved gas mileage effort...
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