Employer’s Responsibility for Employee’s negligence

  • 14th July 2014

A big fight arises under certain circumstances when an injury happens due to an employee’s negligence. If an employee is “on the clock,” the employer is responsible. If the employee is not on the clock, the fight begins. The employer will contend that the employee was not working within the…

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Are Google’s Self-Driving Cars The Way Of The Future?

  • 15th May 2014

Google’s self-driving cars are successfully navigating California’s city streets. Up until recently, the automated cars have logged approximately 700,000 hours — but on rural highways only. “Engineers have improved the cars’ software to recognize situations like pedestrian traffic, buses, stop signs held by crossing guards, and hand signals made by…

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Was Your GM or Toyota Recalled? Here’s What To Do Next

  • 24th April 2014

It’s been a trying couple of months for car manufacturers and vehicle owners. GM recalled 1.6 million compact cars earlier this year, and Toyota recently followed suit — adding another 6.4 million potentially defective vehicles into the mix. With vast numbers of vehicles being called into question, many drivers are…

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What Are Wrongful Death Lawsuits?

  • 24th April 2014

Did you know that there are over 90,000 deaths in the United States that occur wrongfully? While most personal injury lawsuits involving vehicles typically deal with car accident injuries, there are many that sadly also deal with the loss of lives. These cases are known as wrongful death lawsuits, and…

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