Louis Lombardo runs a web site named "Care for Crash Victims." This is a project of a small business public benefit enterprise, Louis V. Lombardo, LLC. The mission is to improve care for crash victims before, during, and after a crash. Lou believes we are all crash victims -- past, present, and future -- as individuals, families, friends and society. Everyone is impacted by crashes as consumers, insurance premium payers, and taxpayers.
NHTSA acts to erase research papers on URGENCY. On July 4, 2018 Legal Reader published the article “Emergency Medical Care for Crash Victims” that was critical of NHTSA’s decades of delay in setting standards to improve rescue of seriously injured crash victims.
Discovery of Deceptive Monkey Research on Nitrogen Oxides. The New York Times’ Jack Ewing reports on continued discoveries on the diesel scandal. Now, we learn that VW and other automakers colluded in a deadly deception to cover up the harm of diesel emissions of nitrogen oxides.
On the Friday night before Christmas 2017, The Rachel Maddow Show reported on Trump ties to the mafia, and the history of Republican efforts to undermine health and safety agencies and repeal regulations developed to protect the American people. For me, it was déjà vu!
On a cold December night, as families of victims of crashes remember loved ones, a bright star appeared in the dark skies in the year 2017. Marianne Karth, a mother who lost two of her children in a truck underride crash, has created and launched a new tool – an Interactive Underride Crash Map – for crash victims to remember their loved ones.
Injustice abounds. At a time when we the people face the growing existential threat of climate change, we look for legal and peaceful ways to stop impending tragedies. However, as I described in “50 Years of ‘Legal’ Climate Change” political forces have often thwarted justice for the people. 1 And now the Trump administration is accelerating the tilt of the judiciary against the people.
“Law students must not forget that they are fitting themselves to be ministers of justice.” – Thomas McIntyre Cooley, former Michigan Supreme Court Justice. These are the words that should guide students in every law school. However, as we’ll see, this is too often not the case.
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