NTSB Investigating Fatal Tesla Crash in California
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Tuesday, March 27, 2018

NTSB Investigating Fatal Tesla Crash in California

The National Transportation Safety Board has announced it is to send two investigators to examine the scene of a fatal Tesla collision in Northern California. The driver of the Tesla Model X SUV, which struck highway barriers near Mountain View on Friday, March 23 before bursting into flames, died in hospital later the same day....
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Monday, March 26, 2018

No Charges for Police Involved in Alton Sterling’s Death

37-year-old Alton Sterling was selling CDs outside of a Baton Rouge convenience store when he was fatally shot by police officers. The officers involved, who have been on paid administrative leave since the July 2016 incident, claim that Sterling had reached into his pocket, apparently in search of a gun, when they opened fire. After...
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Friday, March 23, 2018

How Does Premises Liability Apply to Amusement Parks?

Whether you are a thrill-seeker who plans your vacations around next gravity-defying rollercoaster on your list, or you are a little more cautious and just chaperone your children on their outings, amusement parks can be fantastic fun – until they are not. Hundreds of millions of people from around the United States, and from countries...
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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Could Autonomous Cars Lead to an Increase in Wrongful Deaths?

Big corporations and large businesses are often accused of prioritizing their own profits over ethical considerations such as the safety of the general public. A recent example of this can be viewed in the introduction and testing of autonomous vehicles – if these so-called robot cars can be operated without the need for a human...
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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Should Universities and Colleges Have a Duty to Protect Students from Violent Attacks?

After a former UCLA student was stabbed in a university lab in 2009, an appeals court ruled that universities and colleges could not be held liable for failure to keep students safe on campus, as they had no duty to do so. However, the case was recently revived in the California Supreme Court, where that...
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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

With No Breathalyzer Alternative, How Can Los Angeles Police Catch Marijuana-Using Drivers?

While recreational marijuana has been legalized in various U.S regions, it remains an offense to drive while under the influence of the drug. For police attempting to crack down on DUIs involving marijuana, there is one massive problem – there is no easy way of determining beyond doubt that a person has the drug in...
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Monday, March 19, 2018

Roundup Is Killing More Than Weeds In Product Liability Suit

For decades, scientists and other researchers have contended Roundup, an above-average weed killer designed to destroy weeds on contact contains chemicals that may cause cancer. However, the lawsuit against Monsanto, which produces the weed killing product, could be dealt an unforeseen blow if other judges contend that expert testimony is ‘shaky’ just as the current...
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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Personal Injury From FIU Bridge Collapse? Read On

Barely open one full week, the bridge built to connect Sweetwater to Florida International University collapsed in tragic fashion, killing numerous persons in vehicles while injuring countless others. An estimated $14.2 million went into the construction of this bridge, and while contractors are pointing fingers at each other, attorneys are preparing their case files to...
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Friday, March 16, 2018

High Risk Dog Breeds Known For Dog Attacks

Before entertaining which breed of dog you’ll make your new family centerpiece, it’s vital to understand the various dog breeds in existence, their primary demeanors, and what risks children and owners could potentially face should untrained canines get hostile and bite, which forces a Los Angeles dog attack attorney to litigate.   In opening our...
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Thursday, March 15, 2018

ECSO Tasered Themselves Into A Wrongful Death Suit

While short jolts of ‘manageable’ electricity are supposed to render an incorrigible person unharmful, how many zaps are actually necessary? The case of Escambia County Sheriff’s Office vs. Bridges will more than likely answer that question. Filed in Federal court last week, this is one of many national cases where an excessive force in detaining...
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