Self-Driving Cars Rushed to Market at the Expense of Human Safety | LE
The race to bring self-driving cars to market has turned roadways into testing labs and humans into guinea pigs—and the consequences have been deadly.
The University of Chicago’s Exoneration Project continues to gain success in the realm of representing those least able to defend themselves.
The Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys (MATA) has developed a way for trial attorneys from the state to be connected with legislators, to be more involved in matters pertaining to access to the civil justice system for the state’s citizenry.
Missouri senators are rushing to pass numerous bills under the guise of “tort reform” that protect corporations from being sued by citizens who are injured or killed by their defective products.
After an exhaustive study of the safety and efficacy of artificial hip implants, The New York Times has published an article that examines the risks of metal hips and other medical devices that go untested and largely unregulated.
Many readers don’t know this, but it’s possible that tilting your vehicle’s seat back to rest or take a nap can dramatically increase the risk of serious injury or death. Even though this issue is just as important as that of defective tires, most consumers and passengers don’t understand these risks, auto makers (like Ford, GM, Chrysler and Toyota) have known of this danger for more than 40 years.
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Though we are taught at an early age to look both ways before crossing the street, many adult motorists take for granted that a train […]
At least 1.7 million people suffer brain injuries each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An overwhelming number of traumatic […]
A widely cited myth perpetuates that concussions are “mild” traumatic brain injuries. Research has shown the term “mild” is not appropriate because brain injuries are […]