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KIA Sportage Recall for Defective Brake Light Switch

July 31st, 2015 by

KIA Sportage Recall Due to Defective Brake Lights KIA Motors America has announced a voluntarily recall of approximately 7,722 units of its Sportage model manufactured between March 7 and June 8, 2011. The KIA Sportage recall relates to an alleged defect affecting the proper function of the brake light switch, causing the brake lights to Read More »

Wells Fargo Faces Consumer Banking Fraud

July 31st, 2015 by

Wells Fargo Consumer Banking Fraud The city of Los Angeles filed a lawsuit against the largest bank in California, Wells Fargo & Co., alleging consumer banking fraud. This legal action constitutes an unprecedented lawsuit in the history of consumer finance and banking class action lawsuits in the Golden State. According to BigClassAction.com, the main offense Read More »

Filing Class Action Lawsuits: Get the Facts Here

July 29th, 2015 by

What is a Class Action Lawsuit? A “class action” lawsuit is one in which a group of people with similar injuries caused by the same product or action sue the defendant as a group, or “class.” Generally, filing class action lawsuits occurs when numerous individuals suffer from the same or similar injuries. Oftentimes, many of Read More »

Signs of Underlying Car Crash Injuries

July 27th, 2015 by

Suffering from Underlying Car Crash Injuries? Car crash injuries may not always be obvious after an accident. A correlation between the severity of an accident and the injuries sustained does not always exist. Although you may think you are free from injuries, it is always important to seek medical attention after your car accident. Internal Read More »

Toyota Tundra Recall for Inaccurate Tire Pressure

July 27th, 2015 by

Toyota Tundra Recall for Inaccurate Tire Pressure Toyota voluntarily recalled approximately 144 units of its 2015 Toyota Tundra model. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Toyota Tundra recall is due to inaccurate tire pressure information stated on the vehicle’s tire placard. Consequently, the affected vehicles’ tire pressure placard fails to comply Read More »

Mitsubishi Eclipse Recall for Brake Corrosion

July 13th, 2015 by

 Mitsubishi Eclipse Recall Due to Brake Corrosion Mitsubishi voluntarily announced a recall of approximately 74,836 units of its Eclipse model manufactured from April 20, 2005 through February 13, 2009. The Eclipse Spyder, manufactured between December 23, 2005 and February 13, 2009, is also included in this recall. The Mitsubishi Eclipse recall arose from corrosion within Read More »

Honda Confirms California Takata Airbag Related Death

July 7th, 2015 by

Honda Confirms California Takata Airbag Related Death American Honda Motor Company linked the September 2014 death of a woman to the Takata airbag inflator. This brings the total number of American Takata airbag deaths to seven, and the eighth fatality worldwide. U.S. highway safety regulators confirmed the death of twenty-six year-old Jewel Brangman, who rented Read More »

Tips for Avoiding a San Jose Pedestrian Accident

May 20th, 2015 by

San Jose Pedestrian Accidents: Increasing Fatalities There were 339 pedestrian injuries and 12 pedestrian fatalities in San Jose in 2012 (SWITRS). The number of fatalities almost doubled in 2013 and the San Jose Police Department cited that the majority of pedestrian accident fatalities were due to alcohol or drug use by either the pedestrian or Read More »

Orange County Pedestrian Accidents

May 14th, 2015 by

Orange County Pedestrian Accidents Pedestrian accidents are not uncommon in California. In fact, the state of California accounted for about 17 percent of pedestrian accidents in the United States in 2012 (NHTSA 2012). Southern California itself accounts for more than half of California pedestrian accidents. In Orange County there were 47 pedestrian fatalities, and 864 Read More »

Top Causes and Locations of San Francisco Pedestrian Accidents

May 14th, 2015 by

Top 3 Causes of San Francisco Pedestrian Accidents According to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) in 2011, San Francisco saw about 861 pedestrian accidents which resulted in injuries or fatalities. Motorists were at fault 68 percent of the time, and pedestrians were at fault 32 percent of the time. These are the top 3 Read More »

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