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February 2010

Toyota Recall Attorney
February 17, 2010

Toyota Recall Lawyer Emery Brett Ledger says, Toyota Troubles Continue

Almost a week to the day after Toyota announced its most recent recall, we are hearing that the automaker is investigating complaints involving power steering problems in yet another vehicle – the 2010 Corolla. If Toyota adds the Corollas to the growing list of recalled vehicles, the total will be nearing the 10 million mark. Toyota’s first recall was announced…
Auto Accident Lawyer
February 16, 2010

Car Accident Concussions

Most of us have heard the term “concussion” at some point in our life. Maybe when we were younger and our mom hovered over us after a bad fall or on one of the many TV dramas at the scene of an accident. But what is a concussion and how does it affect our brain? A concussion is a form…
Auto Accident Lawyer
February 16, 2010

How Are Safety Related Defects Investigated in the United States?

With all of the recent publicity surrounding Toyota’s three recalls of over 8 million vehicles – and now Honda as well – many people are wondering who is responsible for investigating safety complaints for automobiles and how they are investigated. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is the federal agency that is responsible for investigations regarding potential safety defects…
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February 15, 2010

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Personal Injury
February 14, 2010

Spinal Cord Injuries – Personal Injury Lawyers

Statistics tell us that there are over 250,000 people with spinal cord injuries living in the United States today. Of those living with a spinal cord injury, 52% are considered paraplegic (paralyzed from the waist down) and 47% are considered quadriplegic (paralyzed in both the arms and legs). Estimates are that another 11,000 people will suffer a spinal cord injury…