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Dash Cams and Car Accident Lawsuits

Oftentimes, some details of a vehicular accident may get overlooked or people may have different interpretations of the incident. Sometimes people leave out information intentionally or even tell a lie. To help uncover the truth, you need a dash cam. What are Dash Cams? Dash cams are small video cameras, and they’re usually mounted on…

Congress New Laws Preventing Justice for Victims of Corporate Misconduct

In its bid to protect corporate campaign donors, Congress has been working to pass 2 new laws that will provide more protection for corporations against class-action lawsuits. House Rule 986, which supporters dubbed the “Fairness in Class Action Litigation” law is also referred to as an “Erin Brokovich killer” by critics. The other law, House…

Car Crash in Blythe Emphasizes Importance of Safety Restraints

When inside a vehicle, fastening your seatbelt should already be an instinctive habit for your own safety. A truck accident in Blythe, CA which occurred just over a month ago further emphasizes this point. What Happened in the car crash? The accident happened late around 11 PM, when Barbara Emard was driving her 1998 Ford…

Defective Seatbelts in Hyundai Vehicles Trigger Massive Recall

Hyundai has issued a recall for nearly 978,000 of its 2011-2015 Sonata and Sonata Hybrid vehicles due to possible seatbelt defects. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said that the seatbelts in these vehicles may have the tendency to detach during a vehicular accident. The seatbelts were made by ZF-TRW, a manufacturing company based in…

Does Going the Wrong Way on the Freeway Lead to Wrongful Deaths?

Just recently on March 12, 2017, a Mini Cooper went the wrong way when it entered the freeway in Commerce early in the morning. According to a statement by Sgt. Manuel Rodriguez of the California Highway Patrol, the vehicle entered the freeway near Slauson Avenue, and it was traveling at a slow speed in the…

Wrongful Death Case Leads to $26 Million Verdict Against Starline Tours

In 2014, a crash involving a Starline tour bus resulted in the death of a 16-year-old high school student. The parents of the victim sued for wrongful death, and after a lengthy trial the jury awarded a $26 million verdict for the plaintiffs. What Happened in the Lawsuit? Mira Costa high school student Mason Zisette…

Frozen Pizzas Recalled by Wal-Mart Supplier

RBR Meat Company, which supplies Wal-Mart with frozen pizzas, has recalled 6,700 pizzas under the retailer’s Marketside brand in 11 states including California due to a potential listeria contamination. An estimated 21,220 lbs. of Marketside Extra Large Supreme Pizza that were sent to Utah, Washington, Nevada and California retail centers were recalled. The U.S. Department of…