Month: October 2016
5 Common Car Accident Myths
Car accidents can be frightening events, no matter how they happen. Dealing with the other driver and communicating with insurance companies can make you feel confused and frustrated, and myths about car accidents only make it worse. Here we tackle five of these myths to separate fact from fiction.
How Texas Wrongful Death Claims Work
A wrongful death claim is a lawsuit that alleges someone died as a result of the negligent or intentionally harmful behavior of a third party. The lawsuit is filed by survivors of the victim and aims to collect damages from those who are legally liable for the death of the victim. A claim of wrongful Read More
The Five Worst Drug Recalls in Recent History
As a society, we trust that the medications our doctors prescribe will help, not hurt us. Even though prescription drugs go through a rigorous testing and approval process, dangerous and deadly drugs can still get through to market. Here is a look at five of the worst drug recalls in recent history.
Product Safety Recalls Are on the Rise in the United States
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphone has been in the news recently for its occasional spontaneous combustion, which was presumably not a planned product feature. Faulty components caused the battery in about .1% of these devices to overheat and catch fire or even explode, often causing both personal and property damage.
Used Car Buyers Beware: Don’t Buy Vehicles with Safety Recalls
Be Smart when Buying a Used Car Buying a used car can be an exciting experience. Cars give us independence and add a sense of stability and control to our lives. Used cars are also an economically savvy option, and buying used often provides plenty of choices to fit each individual’s lifestyle.