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GM Ignition Switch Settlement for Family of Victim

On March 13, General Motors, Inc. (GM) settled out of court with the parents of a Georgia woman killed in a 2010 auto acccident caused by the company's faulty ignition switch. This is the second time the family of Brooke Melton, a 29-year-old pediatric… Read More

Johnson & Johnson Subsidiary to Pay for Bad Tylenol

McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay $25 million to resolve federal criminal charges that they sold contaminated infant and childrens Tylenol and Motrin. The company acknowledged that they failed to take corrective… Read More

Update: DUI Charges Filed In Fatal Alvarado Wrong Way Crash

We have an update to a story that is shedding light on wrong-way crashes. Ricardo Martinez, 53, of Fort Worth, has been arrested on murder charges. Police say Martinez was drunk and driving the wrong way when he crashed head-on into a Maranda Abshire's… Read More

Mom, Kids Killed in Wrong-Way Crash in North Texas

A family is trying to come to grips with a tragic loss. A mother and her two young sons were killed after a being hit head-on in a wrong way crash early Sunday morning. Authorities say the fatal car accident happened along U.S. Highway 67 in Alvarado… Read More

Seven Vehicle Wreck on U.S. Highway 380

Icy road conditions were blamed for several car accidents in Denton County Wednesday night. This included a deadly seven-vehicle wreck on U.S. Highway 380 near Providence Village, about half way between Denton and Frisco. On scene investigators closed… Read More

Snowstorm Causes 15-Vehicle Accident in Collins County

Two semi-trucks and 13 passenger vehicles were involved in an accident in Melissa, Texas, early Friday morning. The Dallas auto accident occurred on U.S. Highway 75. Initially, news reports suggested that as many as 40 vehicles could have been involved… Read More

NHTSA Fines Takata for Airbag Probe Violations

The U.S. government will fine Japanese airbag maker Takata Corp. $14,000 per day for failing to fully cooperate in a long-running probe of defective airbags. Five deaths, including one in Jan. 2015, have been linked to the defects and more than 18 million… Read More

Teen Drivers And Intersections: A Dangerous Mix

Many teenagers look forward to the freedom of getting their drivers license, but its important they understand the responsibility that comes with driving.  An intersection is a very common place to experience a car accident because one or both parties… Read More

ASR Hip Settlement Eligibility Extended until January 2015

Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary DePuy have agreed to extend eligibility for its ASR defective hip implant settlement fund to patients who needed replacement hip surgery between Aug. 2013 and Jan. 31, 2015. The company expects to spend as much as… Read More

Texas Slow to Adopt Life-Saving Measures to Prevent Wrong-Way Crashes

The Lonestar State leads the nation in wrong-way accidents and collisions. Despite the fact that there have been nearly 3,500 wrong-way accidents in Texas over the past four years, the states Department of Transportation has adopted few of the recommended… Read More