Blog Posts in March, 2014

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  • NHTSA Makes it Easier for Vehicle Owners to Receive Recall Alerts

    Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Mar 26, 2014

    As the federal government agency responsible for "reducing deaths, injuries and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes," the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) plays a key role in investigating vehicle defects and ensuring consumers are informed of potential problems. There are now several ways vehicle owners can stay informed of recall notices and safety alerts ...
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  • Who is Liable for Road Defects?

    Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Mar 21, 2014

    Human negligence is the primary cause of car accidents . However, a careless driver is not responsible for every accident; defective roads can lead to serious collisions too. A road is "defective" when its design endangers safe drivers. For example, a road should give consistent messages to drivers. Traffic signs should warn drivers of impending hazards (winding roads, sharp turns, wildlife, etc.) ...
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  • Understanding the Role of Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

    Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Mar 19, 2014

    Negligence is a term that frequently arises in the realm of personal injury law. This directly influences whether a person or entity may be held accountable for another's injuries. To offer helpful insight regarding personal injury law, we will define negligence and look at its role in these cases. It is important to remember that every case is different and the manner in which negligence or other ...
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  • Common Construction Accidents & Victims' Rights

    Posted By The McClellan Law Firm || Mar 5, 2014

    The construction industry is a crucial part of San Diego's economy, and one that has helped our County and communities expand and prosper. Although few may think twice about a construction site when passing by, these areas are hazardous places, both for construction workers and nearby pedestrians. Because construction sites are filled with potential dangers, many safety advocates and organizations ...
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