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May 2017 Archives

Looking at the relationship between product recalls and product liability, P.1

Product recalls are not at all an uncommon occurrence in the automobile industry. Though some recalls involve more serious issues than others, recalls occur fairly regularly. Whenever there is a problem that could cause harm to consumers, the ideal is that recalls are issued to address the problem before serious injuries to a consumer occurs.

Wrongful death vs. survivor actions: what’s the difference? P.2

Last time, we began looking at the differences between personal injury, wrongful death and survival claims. As we noted, each of these causes of action may be available after a motor vehicle accident, depending on the facts and circumstances of the crash. In cases where a fatality occurs, both wrongful death and survival actions should be considered.

What happens if you're hurt due to a faulty vehicle component?

In the last few years, there have been a flurry of vehicle recalls. From serious issues with brakes to ignition systems, there is a wide range of production and design flaws that can make your vehicle unsafe.

Wrongful death vs. survivor actions: what’s the difference?

Whenever a motor vehicle accident occurs, it is important for accident victims to work with an experienced attorney to see to it that they have their case evaluated to determine the type and extent of the injuries and losses, what legal claims may be appropriate to seek recovery, and what evidence there may be to support these legal claims and damages requested.

Bicycle accidents and ignoring the rules of the road, P.2

Previously, we looked very briefly at some of the rules of the road applicable to cyclists. As we noted, cyclists are bound to follow all the rules of the road, just like drivers, though there are certain rules that are specifically applicable to cyclists. Unfortunately, cyclists too often fail to follow these rules and get in accidents as a result.