How much do you pay for your car insurance each month? Do you think you’re rate is fair? If you’re a woman, do you pay the same as your male counterparts? If you’re a Michigan driver, chances are you’re not. In fact, according to an investigation launched by Scripps station WXYZ in Detroit, auto insurance companies in Michigan regularly discriminate against drivers based on their gender or relationship status. You’re probably wondering how this practice is legal, right? After all, there are laws in place to prevent this type of discrimination.
While driving, very few people bother about the maintenance as long as their vehicles are running. Suddenly, one day their car, bike, truck or tractor might break down, and it might cause heavy damage both financially and socially. However, with a little care and maintenance, any vehicle can run smoothly for years without showing signs of any significant problems, particularly those with the transmission. Are you aware of what it is and how to maintain it?
Consumer Federation of America Sheds Light on Top 2017 Scams
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.
Son Nguyen, 37, suffers from severe burns after an electrical explosion at Tesla’s car factory, and is now suing the automaker for allegedly putting him in harm’s way “in order to increase productivity at the expense of human lives.” Nguyen was working as a contractor at the Fremont, California, factory on June 5, 2017, when
Uber has faced a lot of legal issues and backlash in response to the ride sharing platform’s shortcomings. In 2017, it faced a lot of problems and it was a seriously tumultuous year for the company. Here’s a look at some of Uber’s biggest legal problems throughout 2017.
According to the National Safety Council, an American is killed every three minutes by a preventable accident—most often a vehicle accident, followed by drug overdoses, falls and drownings. In 2016, a person’s chances of dying in a motor vehicle accident were 1 in 102, which means that as deaths from auto accidents increase, so do wrongful death cases.