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Tennessee Truck Accidents – are They Getting Worse?

Tennessee doesn’t have the worst truck accident injury statistics, but that’s nothing to celebrate.  Every truck accident is potentially tragic for drivers, occupants and their families. Truck accidents may be fewer in number than auto accidents, but that’s just because there are far more cars on the road than trucks. Truck accidents are by far [...]

2021-03-05T21:23:48-07:00March 5th, 2021|Trucking Accidents|0 Comments

More Bad News for the Airline Industry After a Spectacular 777 Engine Failure

It’s not a great time for either airlines or air plane manufacturers in the shadow of Covid, but this week, things got demonstrably worse for embattled U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing when one of its 777 planes was forced to make an emergency landing in Denver Airport, Colorado after flight 328 from Denver to Honolulu was [...]

2021-02-26T06:38:28-07:00February 26th, 2021|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Did the Crashed Indonesian Airline’s Boeing Plane Have a Faulty Throttle?

Thousands of travelers fly on Boeing jets everyday throughout the country. Most believe that Boeing jets are safe and well maintained by airlines despite the recent prolonged design fault issue with Boeing’s Max 8s. However, there are times when accidents do happen and people die or are seriously injured. If it is found that the [...]

2021-01-26T01:06:35-07:00January 26th, 2021|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

Hit by an Emergency Vehicle? Can You Sue?

If you are waiting at a controlled intersection and proceed when the lights are green, but are hit by another vehicle speeding through a red light, you would normally expect that you would have the right to sue the driver for negligence and claim compensation for the damage to your vehicle and any injuries you [...]

2020-12-29T08:15:14-07:00December 29th, 2020|Car Accidents|0 Comments

737 Max Aircraft Cleared to Fly But Will Anyone Want to Fly One?

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has finally cleared Boeing’s 737 Max 8 aircraft to fly again after an order to ground all planes in March 2019. Boeing’s reputation has been tarnished by the two avoidable crashes that took place in Indonesia and Ethiopia and the revelation that Boeing’s corporate culture allowed the faulty planes to [...]

2020-11-30T06:28:28-07:00November 30th, 2020|Aviation Accidents|0 Comments

FDA’s Class I Recalls: a Case Study

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the federal agency tasked with approving drugs and medical devices. Once something has been approved for use, there may be reasons why the item is recalled later on. Usually it is because some users have discovered that in the case of a drug that it is causing [...]

2020-10-28T22:32:42-07:00October 28th, 2020|Defective Products|0 Comments
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