Posts from December 2012.

Toyota, the world's leading auto manufacturer, has agreed to a record fine of $17.4 million for not disclosing a known and potentially dangerous vehicle design defect as quickly as it should have. It's the second time in two years that Toyota has been fined for delaying the reporting of known auto defects.

The fine is the maximum the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator (NHTSA) can assess, indicating the serious nature of this incident and auto design defects as a whole. "Every moment ...

On November 26, Illinois State Police Trooper Kyle Deatherage was tragically struck and killed by a tractor trailer while he was standing along Interstate 55 after making a traffic stop. This occurred near Litchfield, Ill., about 60 miles north of St. Louis. The trooper left behind a wife and two young children.

In an article by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, some troubling questions about possible driver negligence and company negligence have surfaced.

The newspaper reports that, following the ...


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