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Possible Autopilot-Related Crashes Raise Questions About Tesla’s Claims Government-led investigations of two recent collisions involving Teslas have raised questions about the safety of emerging […]
Kent Emison and Hoyt Tessener’s work in a defective auto case was featured in this episode of the podcast “Great Trials.”
Fox4 Problem Solvers aired this excellent piece of journalism on airbag defects in the U.S. You can view the story here.
Langdon & Emison has litigated defective car seat cases for almost 30 years — here is the latest piece of news from the world of auto product defects.
Thousands of accidents each year are caused by distracted driving. This new attorney-authored article from Kent Emison looks at liability issues and litigation trends related to cellphone usage while driving.
The largest automotive recall in U.S. history still has motorists wondering if their Takata airbags will explode and shoot shrapnel through their vehicles. But, another set of unsuspecting motorists might not know they’re in danger.
A new article from attorneys Kent Emison and Michael Serra, analyzing guardrail defects and litigation trends on this type of roadway hazard. Langdon & Emison […]
The spring 2018 edition of the Langdon & Emison newsletter has been published. Inside this edition, you can read about defective Takata airbags, truck accident […]
Dangerous recreational vehicle (RV) tires, manufactured by Goodyear, are at the center of a federal investigation and lawsuits nationwide. Are your RV tires safe? Maybe not, according to a recent blog published by Langdon & Emison partner David Brose.
Takata has finally pleaded guilty to deceiving automakers about the safety of its airbags. This week’s guilty plea by Takata in federal court, as well as the new accusations against automakers in a separate lawsuit, show that legal proceedings in the airbag scandal continue to move forward.
Langdon & Emison partner Brett Emison recently published an article, “Screening for Auto Defects” in the November 2016 issue of Trial magazine, an American Association […]
Consumers buy new vehicles for the promise of dependability and safety; however, new car buyers could be purchasing vehicles equipped with defective airbags that can explode or rupture with excessive force and shoot metal shrapnel throughout the vehicle compartment.