Category: Car Accidents

Texas BMW 7-Series Lawyer

BMW recalled over 45,000 7-Series luxury sedans (model-years 2005-2008) in the U.S. due to ongoing problems with the automatic doors opening unexpectedly when the car is being driven. Need a Texas BMW Recall Lawyer? Collen A. Clark is a true...

Dozens of Parked BMWs Mysteriously Caught on Fire

May 12, 2017 — An investigative report by ABC News has uncovered at least 40 reports of parked BMWs catching on fire without explanation. All of the so-called "BMW mystery fires" occurred in vehicles that were parked with the engine...

Car Accident Lawsuit

Texas Jury Awards $6M to Pregnant Mom Paralyzed in Car Crash

A jury awarded $6 million to a pregnant woman who was paralyzed in a car accident.

Car Accident Lawsuit

Ford F-150 Brake Failures Reported on 2015-2016 Models

October 7, 2016 — The government has opened a safety investigation into 25 reports of sudden brake failure on Ford F-150 trucks (2015-2016) with 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engines. All of the reports describe "sudden and complete brake loss." Some specifically...

Car Accident Lawsuit

Texas Ford F-150 Brake Failure Lawyer

At least 58 reports of total brake failure have been reported in new Ford F150 trucks from the 2013-2016 model-years. A limited recall was issued in May 2016. The government is investigating 25 reports of brake failures on 2015 and...

Polaris Ranger ROVs Recalled for Fire Hazard

June 29, 2016 — Polaris has issued a recall for about 43,000 Ranger 570 ROVs because they can can catch on fire. The recreational off-road vehicles (ROVs) can overheat during heavy engine loading, slow-speed intermittent use, or high outdoor temperatures....

Ohio Man Awarded $16 Million in Goodyear Tire Lawsuit

October 6, 2015 — An Ohio man who was paralyzed in a car accident has been awarded $16 million by a jury that blamed his injuries on a defective Goodyear tire, according to the Herald Palladium. The plaintiff, Harry Patel,...

Highway Guardrail

Criminal Probe Widens Into Texas Guardrail-Maker

A report by the New York Times has provided more information about the Justice Department’s criminal investigation into highway guardrails that can potentially jam up in head-on crashes.

Highway Guardrail

Feds Open Criminal Investigation into Trinity ET-Plus Guardrails

The Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into the Trinity ET-Plus guardrail, according to Bloomberg Business.

Highway Guardrail

Trinity Guardrail May Have Failed 8th Crash-Test

The New York Times has reported that the eighth and final crash test involving a potentially defective guardrail showed extensive damage to the car.