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- The Romberg Test Is a Medical Evaluation Being Used by a Lay Person as a Non-Standardized Field Sobriety Test
Police in America, on a NATIONAL level, have created a bogus roadside evaluation called the modified Romberg balance test. Although recently determined to not be competent evidence in Georgia in Mitchell v. State (Ga Supreme Court, 2017), it is still used by some police officers today to try to determine if a driver is intoxicated.
- Why You Need Underinsured Motorist Coverage
Arizona law requires drivers to have insurance coverage. However, many drivers lack adequate coverage and are actually underinsured. As a driver, you are at risk from underinsured drivers.
- 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.
- OSHA Rule In Limbo
The compliance date for the Occupational Safety and Health Administrationís electronic reporting rule, Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses, has been pushed back to December 1, 2017.
- Advocates Urge Congress to Take Time with Driverless Cars
In just a few years, self-driving robotaxis will share the road with human drivers. While humans routinely drive 10 to 15 miles per hour above the speed limit, these self-driving cars will be programmed to drive at the speed limit and abide all traffic rules.
- What Is Personal Injury Law?
Personal injury law is an area of law that allows injured persons to seek justice and compensation when harmed by the negligence of another. Find out more about this type of litigation that often involves individuals, companies, and their insurance policies.
- Yo-Yo Financing Tactics
Yo-yo financing is detrimental to those affected by these situations, and it occurs through a deal with the car dealership when the financing falls through even if the person was told he or she is approved at the company.
- The Warranty was Voided but It Did Not Show on CarFax Report. Is that Fraud?
Carfax reports may not reveal all the details of a vehicle that is being sold. However, if reparations are not made with the company, those managing it may be liable for damages or criminal charges such as fraud.
- Weeks after Purchase, I Discovered the Odometer was Rolled Back. Can I Sue?
There are various crimes involved in car sales. Odometer fraud is one of these, and it does permit the new owner certain actions when he or she discovers the crime. Even though this is not a legal action, there may only be so much time to pursue a course after the odometer issue is revealed.
- Railroad Accident Expert Witness Describes How Accidents Occur
Railroad incidents often occur when someone is not paying attention to the warning signs available. However, these complications may involve other factors that require an expert witness to describe in the court room for the judge or jury panel.