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Could Computer Software Cause a Car Accident?

Posted On May 22, 2017 In Local Car Accidents

A current recall of a faulty software component affecting 1.25 million Chrysler vehicles is causing side air bags not to deploy and causing issues with the seatbelts. Many components of modern vehicles are managed by software programs, and when they malfunction, the results can be very dangerous. Another example would be recent issues with Uber’s continue reading

Auto Recalls Hit Record High: Here’s What You Can Do if Your Vehicle Has a Recall

Posted On May 17, 2017 In Recent News

Recalls on defective auto parts have hit record highs for the third year in a row. In 2016, 53.2 million vehicles and 927 recall campaigns were enacted. The Takata airbag recall is the largest in U.S. history, responsible for over 42 million recalls. Recalls on Ford, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, and General Motors make up the rest continue reading

What Happens After You’re Hit by an Intoxicated Driver?

Posted On May 15, 2017 In Helpful Information

New information has surfaced about the driver who allegedly caused the large bus crash involving the death of 12 people in Uvalde county, TX. The driver allegedly was on prescription drugs and stated that he was texting during the accident after he was caught on video swerving over the edge line more than 37 times. continue reading

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