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We know about airbag defects. We know about brake defects. We know which car seats we should choose for our children, and when to graduate them to the next level of booster seat. There’s another danger to modern vehicles, however, that has long flown under the radar: weak car seatbacks. Seatback defects have been… Read More »
We trust daycare services with the most precious, and most vulnerable, part of our lives: Our children. We expect that the daycare center will take good and proper care of our children, keeping them healthy, safe, and engaged. Unfortunately, the worst people take advantage of the most vulnerable members of the population. Daycare centers… Read More »
We trust in child restraint and car seat manufacturers to keep our children safe. Unfortunately, not everything that comes off the assembly line and gets sold to consumers is entirely fit for use. If you learn that your car seat manufacturer has issued a recall, there are a few important steps to take to… Read More »
Distracted driving is rapidly becoming the greatest danger on roads in Texas and across the country. One out of every four accidents in the United States is caused by texting and driving. According to the National Safety Council, cell phone use while driving contributes to as many as 1.6 million traffic crashes every year,… Read More »
Airbags are the last lifeline for car accident victims. They are meant to deploy when a car crash occurs, and whether they successfully deploy can be the difference between life and death for an accident victim. Unfortunately, there have been many claims in recent years that autos are being sold on the market with… Read More »
Depending on the cause, various parties may be liable. If another driver’s tire blows out because of improper maintenance, that driver is liable
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There had been no immediate threat of COVID-19 in America in February. I had been elated that I would soon experience by sight and smell the 3,000 cherry blossom trees that had been gifted in 1912 by the mayor of Tokyo in the name of friendship. But on March 2… Read More.
If you were injured in an accident and did not think you were hurt, you probably avoided seeing a physician. Now that you feel horrible, you need to have a plan of action. First, make an appointment with your doctor right away. An accident can cause many serious health problems, including a traumatic brain… Read More »