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Lawsuit claims defective design led car headlights to fail

Most personal injury claims that arise out of car accidents involve allegations of negligence by one or more of the drivers involved. In some cases, however, the car manufacturer or others may have contributed to the accident through their negligence in letting unsafe vehicles on the road.

Under the law of product liability, manufacturers and others who put defective products into the stream of commerce may be held liable when the defect causes injury.

Study links texting-while-driving bans to reduction in emergency room visits

Many things can have impacts on accident and injury likelihood out on the roads. This includes what traffic safety rules a state has. One class of traffic safety laws that many states have been adding in recent years are rules against distracted driving.

For example, nearly all states now prohibit texting while driving. A recent study looked at the safety impacts of such bans.

How to use a GPS in the car safely

Long gone are the days of unfolding giant maps or printing off Mapquest directions to figure out how to get where you’re going. As more people have become reliant on a GPS navigation system for directions, it’s important that we’re also learning how to use these devices safely.

Here are a few tips for drivers who use a GPS.

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