Car Crash Articles
May 15, 2014. By Lucy Campbell.
Detroit, MI: Another massive GM Recall has been announced by General Motors Co, this time involving almost 3 million vehicles globally. The recall has been issued to fix five separate safety problems that have allegedly caused injuries and resulted of hundreds of complaints being filed. These recalls are the latest of 24 separate recalls GM has issued so far this year, totally some 12,8 million vehicles worldwide,11,2 million in the US. Additionally, 140,067 new Chevrolet Malibus are included in the recall for brake issues, USA Today reports.Read [ GM Issues Another Recall for 5 Different Defects in 2,7 Million Vehicles ]
December 4, 2013. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clarita, CA: Investigations into the car accident that killed actor Paul Walker, star of “Fast & Furious”, are underway, with the probe now focused on the speed at which the Porch Carrera 2005 GT was traveling.Read [ Paul Walker Car Accident Investigation Under Way ]
September 14, 2013. By Heidi Turner.
Cincinnati, OH: At least 34 people were injured in a bus accident on Saturday morning, according to USA Today (9/14/13). The bus was carrying 51 passengers and rolled off I-75, landing on its side in a cornfield. Thirty-four people were taken to nearby hospitals, with two people suffering serious injuries, although none of the injuries is considered life-threatening.Read [ Bus Accident in Ohio Injures Dozens ]
December 3, 2012. By Heidi Turner.
Detroit, MI: When people buy vehicles, they expect that safety features such as side airbags will work as expected, because when cars have defective airbags, passengers in the vehicle can suffer serious injuries. Unfortunately, airbag failure can and does happen, putting the health and safety of people in the defective vehicle at risk.Read [ Vehicles Recalled Due To Defective Airbags ]
November 21, 2012. By Abi Kistler.
Chicago, IL (Press Release): The Vrdolyak Law Group recovered $775,000 for an elderly woman whose 90-year-old husband was killed in a motor vehicle accident on March 14, 2008, notwithstanding the fact that police claimed she had caused the accident.Read [ The Vrdolyak Law Group Uncovers New Evidence, Recovers $775,000 for At-fault Elderly Driver ]
August 17, 2012. By Mark Bello.
Texting while driving is dangerous; it may lead to a serious accident, life threatening injuries, or even death. If you or someone you love is a victim of a negligent texting while driving wrongdoer you may have legal recourse. You should retain an attorney to seek fair compensation for your claim. Once legal counsel has been retained and litigation is being pursued you may find yourself in need of financial assistance, and that is the time to consider lawsuit funding.Read [ Decision to Text and Drive May Have Life Altering Consequences ]
January 1, 2012. By Gordon Gibb.
Medford, OR: It was anything but a Merry Christmas in 2010 for William Geary, as he lay in the hospital recovering from a horrific car crash that left him trapped in his vehicle for 90 minutes, severely injured, with the remains of a heavy transport-truck trailer on top of his flattened pickup truck.Read [ Car Accident Victim Awarded $1.4 Million Settlement ]
May 30, 2011. By Charles Benson.
Middlesex County, NJ: A Middlesex County, New Jersey jury recently awarded $10 million to a construction worker and his wife after the man was allegedly injured in a 2008 car accident, reports MyCentralJersey.com.Read [ New Jersey Man Awarded $10 Million in Car Accident Compensation ]
March 12, 2011. By Heidi Turner.
New York, NY: At least thirteen people died in a bus crash when the bus they were traveling in rolled onto its side and was sliced in half by a support pole for a large sign. In addition to the thirteen killed in the bus accident, another eight were in critical condition. The bus crashed on March 12 on a busy highway in the Bronx.Read [ Thirteen People Dead in Bus Crash ]
February 8, 2011. By Lucy Campbell.
Washington, DC: Transportation officials with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and NASA engineers released their findings from a 10-month joint study on safety problems with Toyota vehicles, and report that there are no electronic flaws associated with sudden unintentional acceleration or SUA in Toyotas.Read [ Toyota SUA Deaths: Electronics not at Fault ]