Month: October 2015

VW Diesel Recall & Current Investigations

Published on October 25, 2015, by Matthew Sharp

Article, Product Liability

Volkswagen CEO Matthias Muller has confirmed that the VW Diesel Recall is scheduled to begin in January 2016 in order to replace the faulty software that was installed within Volkswagen vehicles from 2009-2015. At this time, the company continues to provide few details beyond the fact that they will be unrolling some type of fix to resolve the issue. It remains to be seen whether this will be the installation of a new computer for the vehicles, or if it will merely be a software patch that vehicle [...]
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Nevada Car Accident Deaths & Serious Injuries to Those Without A Seatbelt [infographic]

Published on October 8, 2015, by Matthew Sharp

Blog, Car Accident, Infographic, Wrongful Death

Under Nevada law, all motor vehicle occupants – in both the front and rear seats of a car or truck – must wear either a seat belt or be in an approved child restraining system. (There are some exceptions for older cars that do not have seatbelts.) Despite this, almost 1,300 people who were unbelted were seriously injured or killed between 2009 and 2013. The Nevada Strategic Highway Safety Plan has launched an initiative to reduce to zero the number of automobile accident fatalities involving occupants who are [...]
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