Hyundai is recalling nearly 978,000 cars in the U.S. because the front seat belts could detach in a crash and fail to hold people. Read more
Toyota Motor Corp. has recalled 342,000 Tacoma pickup trucks to fix defective seat belts. The models involved are Tacoma Access Cabs equipped with rear-hinged rear doors, built from 2004 to... Read more
Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC has recalled certain model year 2013 GL350 BlueTEC, GL450 4MATIC, GL550 4MATIC and GL63 AMG vehicles manufactured May 15, 2012, through October 4, 2012. The second row... Read more
The State of Alabama has released the long-awaited school bus safety study. The study found that school buses are safe enough without seat belts. It was stated in the report that students in... Read more
A federal court jury in Arkansas returned a $19 million dollar verdict last month against Ford Motor Company. The Plaintiff in the case was paralyzed in a December 27, 2005 motor vehicle acc... Read more
Let’s take a minute and think about how many times you have been in a car and have reclined your seat while wearing your seatbelt to take a nap. I believe most will agree – this is a very co... Read more
Our firm has been handling product liability cases for years. Because a product liability claim focuses on whether or not a product is defective, a product case can arise in all sorts of sit... Read more
Smaller school buses will have to be equipped with lap-and-shoulder seat belts for the first time and larger buses will have higher seatbacks under a federal government rule announced on Oct... Read more
As President Ronald Regan was prone to say, there you go again! That claim could certainly be thrown at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration when it comes to its dealing with s... Read more
A man and his son were awarded $8.6 million after a post-verdict hearing by a Staten Island judge for psychological damages stemming from a crash in which they were hurt and two family membe... Read more
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