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Google to Issue Driverless Car Reports

In light of heightened safety concerns following a second accident in less than a week, Google will begin issuing monthly reports on its self-driving cars. The most recent rear-end crash brings the total number of accidents over the last six years of… Read More

Officials on Takata: Replacement Airbags Must Be Replaced

There is more bad news for Takata as reports surface that the company's replacement airbags must be replaced. The company's defective airbags sparked the largest automobile recall, 34 million vehicles, in U.S. history. Adding to the recall rage, officials… Read More

Smartwatches: New Era of Driver Distractions?

Watch out on the road. Controversy is brewing over a new potential distraction for drivers: smartwatches.  Have you or your loved one been injured by a negligent or a distracted driver?  With a proven track record of success we are ready to help fight… Read More

Drowsy Driving Is Dangerous Driving

Driving while drowsy is not only dangerous: it can also be deadly. While most people believe that drowsiness is a symptom of just becoming tired, drowsiness is actually an indication that the body has been tired for a while and now the person is minutes… Read More

Police: DUI Driver Slams Into OKC Patrol Car

A driver is arrested for driving under the influence after slamming into the back of a police officers patrol car. According to authorities, the incident occurred in the 5400 block of S. Sooner Rd. on Friday shortly before 11 p.m. According to a witness,… Read More

Could Social Media Increase Distracted Driving Crashes?

A new survey shows that people are using their phones for more than just texting while driving. In a study of 2,067 people, four in ten smartphone users admit to tapping into social media while driving. This new trend could have drastic implications… Read More

Massive Takata Airbag Recall Expands

After months of scrutiny for inactivity, Takata Corp. has announced a massive recall of nearly 34 million vehicles for a defective airbag that has been shown to erupt violently and shoot pieces of metal into a vehicle. It is the largest automobile recall… Read More

NHTSA Questions Fiat Chrysler's Commitment to Safety

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is set to examine 20 separate Fiat Chrysler recalls of more than 10 million vehicles in a hearing in July. The regulator has expressed concerns about recurring issues that question if the automaker… Read More

Millions More Vehicles Recalled for Defective Takata Airbags

Another 11.5 million vehicles were recalled this week for defective Takata airbags. Honda, Nissan, Toyota and Daihatsu announced additional recalls after initial investigations determined that Takata airbags in certain models had been found to violently… Read More

Police: 1 Killed, 3 Injured in Motorcycle Crash

Police are investigating a deadly accident involving motorcycles on the Julius Schepps Freeway. Authorities say one person was killed and three others were injured in the wreck which occurred southbound on the Julius Schepps Freeway just before the Interstate… Read More