Will Self-Driving Cars Really Be Safer?

August 31, 2018

There are several factors that industry leaders, manufacturers, regulators, and consumers all have spinning through their heads with regards to the reality and legitimacy of self-automated vehicles (SAV). The main concerns are these: Will SAVs be safe? Will SAVs be affordable? Will SAVs be regulated well enough? Well, to be sure the federal government has…
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Train Versus Pedestrian Accidents: Who’s to Blame?

May 18, 2018

Train accidents can be extremely dangerous and disfiguring to those who actually survive them. There are generally three causes of train related accidents: Train derailments Train and pedestrian collisions Train and automobile accidents Another commonality among most train accidents involving pedestrians and/or motorists is they take longer to clean up and investigate. National Transportation Safety…
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CSP Cracking Down on Street Racing in CO Springs

February 6, 2018

Two recent stories about illegal street racing make the movie franchise “Fast and Furious” look more like pirates and killers, than handsome heroes. One of the incidents involved an expectant mother who was driving a Honda Pilot, who was hit by the driver of a blue Chevy Impala. The woman was taken to the hospital,…
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Product Liability News: Talc Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer

November 16, 2016

Flash Alert! Women’s health issue—If you are a female and have used talcum powder, then you have an increased risk of ovarian cancer. There are clear dangers to women who have routinely used talcum powder, including baby powder and Shower-to-Shower. If you are a female—be aware, use of talcum powder can cause ovarian cancer. What…
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