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Buckling kids of all ages into
car seats, booster seats, or seat belts helps reduce the risk of serious
injuries during a car crash.
A Guardrail systems manufacturer has been found to have committed fraud in failing to disclose changes to their system that led to increased accidents. Trinity Industries failed to disclose new changes to their guardrail ends to the Federal Highway Administration (FHA). These changes increased likelihood of injury or death in a collision. Trinity Industries is the globally dominant producer of guardrail systems.
The case was brought by SPIG Industries, a competing company, who... Read More
Accidents involving motor vehicles are among the most common causes of serious injury and death in the United States each year. Despite the advancements in technology and significant safety improvements in cars and in the design of roads, automobile accidents remain quite common. In fact, car accident claims and lawsuits are probably the most common type of civil tort case filed by attorneys today.
There are so many variables involved in car accidents that affect... Read More