Dangerous Guardrails Have Been Banned in at Least 31 States

Trinity Industries, the manufacturer of ET-Plus roadside guardrails used in states across the country, agreed on October 24, 2014, to stop selling the guardrails until additional tests can be made to assess their safety. The guardrails line the highways and roads of nearly every state in the nation, and more than 30 states have already… Read more

How to Recover Damages for Injuries Sustained while You Are Traveling

Tourists and business travelers may sustain injuries in any number of ways while vacationing in or visiting another state. From slips and falls to car crashes to amusement park accidents, travelers are vulnerable to being hurt in unfamiliar places or when distracted by sightseeing or other vacation or business activities. Being injured while far from… Read more

Can You Be Held Responsible for Injuries Sustained by Guests at a Holiday Party Or Other Gathering in Your Home?

The late fall and winter holidays of Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve and Day are popular times throughout the country for parties and other gatherings with neighbors, friends, and relatives. The Super Bowl and other bowl games can attract equally enthusiastic crowds and, perhaps, even more exuberant celebration. Many who host a holiday… Read more

Is Chrysler Facing the Same Ignition-switch Woes as GM?

GM’s ignition-switch defect has resulted in the recall of over 26,000,000 vehicles, and it seems that Chrysler may be facing the prospect of similar troubles. In August 2014, approximately 18,000 Chrysler-made Volkswagens were recalled for a defect that may be identical to the one that led to the legendary GM recalls. Now, in mid-October 2014,… Read more

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