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Confidential Takata Settlements Obscure Details from Future Plaintiffs

Japanese parts manufacturer Takata Corp. reached confidential settlements with at least five plaintiffs alleging injury or death from defective airbags as of Nov. 17. Unfortunately for future plaintiffs, the confidential nature of these settlements mean… Read More

NHTSA Wants Takata Airbag Recall to Go National

U.S. regulators are pushing for a national recall of defective airbags which may have been installed in millions of vehicles over the years. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that it will be recalling vehicles fitted… Read More

Former Takata Employees Say Company Tested Airbags, Hid Findings

Two former employees of Japanese auto parts manufacturer Takata Corporation are asserting claims that the company knew about its defective airbags a decade ago. Were you or a loved one injured by a faulty Takata airbag? Contact the product liability… Read More

Anti-Tax State Hampering Safety of West Texas Roads

Residents of the Midland Odessa region of West Texas have good reason to be stressed on their daily commute: since 2009, the area has seen a 157% increase in traffic fatalities attributed mainly to the rapid expansion of the oil industry with no transportation… Read More

Operation Full Disclosure Takes Aim at False Advertising, FTC Says

In a press release dated September 23, 2014, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says it has begun cracking down on advertisers that use false or misleading language to market products and services in television and printed media. Operation Full… Read More

Texas Auto Accident Fatalities Are on the Rise

The Houston Chronicle has reported that the incidence of Texas car accidents is increasing with troubling speed, and may be due to the rapid expansion of the oil and fracking industries in the state. In its report, the Chronicle explains that it is impossible… Read More

Construction Industry Tops BLS Most Dangerous Jobs in America List

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released its most recent data on the most dangerous jobs in America, and although nationally job safety has increased, construction work remains one of the riskiest careers for workers. According to the report,… Read More

Two Million Ace Bayou Bean Bag Chairs Recalled over Suffocation Deaths

Ace Bayou Corp., of New Orleans, La., has issued a voluntary recall of 2.2 million bean bag chairs after separate incidents where a 13-year-old boy from McKinney, Tex. and a 3-year-old from Lexington, Ky. were found inside the chairs, dead of apparent… Read More

Transportation Industry Pushes for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication

Crash prevention technology is an ever-changing concept the entire transportation industry supports, but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations (NHTSA) latest efforts to keep motorists safe may be the biggest advancement yet. Recently, the… Read More

DUI Pursuit Ends in Tragic Accident for Texas Family

In League City, a short-lived police chase resulted in the deaths of three members of a Texas family, their passenger, the driver that hit them and his passenger. Forty-one-year-old Rafael Guerrero, his wife, 36-year-old Alejandra Guerrero and one of… Read More