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- GM Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Alleged Emissions Cheating on Chevy and GMC Duramax Diesel Trucks
A class action lawsuit has been filed against General Motors accusing the company of installing an diesel emissions "defeat device" on thousands of Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks. GM is the latest automaker to face allegations of emissions cheating, following earlier lawsuits filed against Volkswagen, Audi, and Chrysler.
- What Are First Party Benefits and How Do I Get Them after a Motor Vehicle Accident?
So, you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident and been injured. Now what? What do you do about your medical bills? What about your lost wages? What about the damage to your vehicle? These are important questions that demand answers.
- "...and She Faked the Injury!"
Insurance adjusters will look for any sign of weakness in the value of a personal injury case.
- Raising Awareness about Faulty Takata Airbags
The list of recalled cars containing the defective airbags is expected to grow as time goes on.
- Nissan Facing $231 Million Lawsuit Over Defective Brakes
Nissan North American is facing a $231 million lawsuit for allegedly withholding information from the public about a potentially deadly auto defect. Plaintiffs in the case claim the company knew about defective brakes in its Infinity sport utility vehicle (SUV) and other vehicles, but did nothing. The same defect is being blamed for a fatal car accident that claimed three lives.
- Taking Legal Action after a Car Accident
Car accidents can have devastating medical and financial consequences. Whether you are recovering from an injury, paying exorbitant medical bills, or having your car repaired or replaced, these consequences can be a drain on you and your resources. However, if you take legal action, you may be able to recover damages to help you through this difficult time.
- Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Takata for Defective Airbags
The lawsuit claims that major automakers knew the airbags were defective and still chose to sell vehicles containing them.
- Who Will Be Responsible for Teaching Drivers to Operate Autonomous Vehicles?
Self-driving cars are touted as a step forward in driving tech and road safety. They offer the hope of drastically reducing the number of crashes and traffic deaths on our roads. But there is something misleading about the terms “self-driving” and “autonomous.” These descriptions give drivers the impression that they don’t have to do anything when behind the wheel.
- Seeking Financial Compensation when the Other Driver Isn’t to Blame
If driver negligence was not a factor in your auto accident, what are your options for seeking financial compensation? As it turns out, you may have several.
- Lyft Drop Off Incorrect, Refused Return Ride. Can I Sue?
There are many specialized terms and conditions when getting rides through Lyft. It is important to read through these carefully, as it is possible to end in a situation that is not preferred. However, it is important to contact the Lyft management if a problem occurs.