Ford misled regulators on SUV Data

April 30, 2005 - Ford Motor Co misled U.S. regulators about the safety of the roof on its Explorer sport utility vehicle during rollover crash tests. Read More

Ford made Explorer Roof Weaker

April 28, 2005 - When 26-year-old Claire Duncan died of a fractured skull after a severe rollover accident in her 2000 Ford Explorer, her family wanted answers. Read More

Welding Fumes lead to workers Compensation Claims

April 9, 2005 - For about a year, Lupe Gaytan climbed up and down the 50-foot cofferdam ladders to weld inside the steel legs of the partially built Bay Bridge. Read More

Bars can be Held Liable for Drunks’ Accidents

April 7, 2005 - When Brandy Ferguson filed a lawsuit against The Rum Jungle about the death of her 27-year-old husband, she stepped into an area of legal liability not popular with many jurors. Read More

Lawsuit Filed Against Ford

December 13, 2004 - A lawsuit has been filed in the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, AL against Ford Motor Company and Continental-Tire of North America. Read More

Lawsuit filed over paralyzing SUV accident

December 5, 2004 - A lawsuit has been filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court against Ford Motor Co. and Continental General Tire of North America in connection with an SUV accident earlier this year that... Read More

Three killed in Helicopter Crash near Barnesville

July 8, 2004 - The helicopter went down around 5:45 a.m. behind a one-story home in a wooded rural area near Barnesville, and killed all those aboard. Read More

GM Hit with $122M Verdict

May 1, 2004 - A claim that General Motors Corp., in a cost-cutting move, reduced crash-worthiness of the front passenger compartment of a 1993 Oldsmobile Delta 88-leading to a devastating brain injury to... Read More

One of 2002’s Top Jury Verdicts Settled

April 26, 2004 - A lawsuit that resulted in a $122 million verdict against General Motors in 2002 âe" one of the ten largest that year âe" was settled this month as attorneys prepared for new trial in... Read More

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