A potentially defective heated windshield washer system that has caused at least 5 fires is prompting GM to recall around 1.5 million cars and trucks. Announced this week, the recall affects 15 different models including cars, pickups, SUVs and crossovers manufactured between 2006 and 2009. Many of these vehicles were recalled two years ago for the same problem. But since the company was still Continue Reading
Auto Accidents & Personal Injury
Automobile accidents are by far the most common type of claim in personal injury law. Someone is involved in a car crash every minute of every day. Many of these accidents result in devastating injuries, damages and even death.
As your Colorado car accident attorneys, we work to help determine your full amount of damages and prove liability by the other party.
Read our latest series of personal injury blog posts focusing on various car accident cases, safety tips and more.
On the heels of Toyota’s $16.5 million fine from the U.S. Government, the Japanese automaker is announcing yet another recall of the Lexus GX 460 and the Toyota Sequoia – both sport utility vehicles. Toyota announced the recall of 13,000 2010 Lexus GX 460s last week after Consumer Reports issued a “don’t buy” recommendation due to rollover concerns. Test drivers for the magazine say that when Continue Reading
Since last September, Toyota Motor Corp. has issued safety recalls for nearly 9 million cars and trucks for a myriad of defects. Company officials testified on these issues and the company’s response to them last week on Capitol Hill. The company’s response to these problems and when they knew about them is now the target of a federal criminal investigation. A federal grand jury in the Southern Continue Reading
An injured trucker in Virginia was recently awarded $2.5 million in compensation for injuries he sustained in 2005. The plaintiff was driving a delivery truck that broke down on the side of US Hwy 50 in Loudon County Virginia in September, 2005. He pulled to the side of the road just past a business’ entrance (the defendant). While working in the back of the truck while waiting for help, a Continue Reading
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