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Month: March 2014

Mandatory Label Can Help Vehicle Owners Identify Recall Notices

|Posted on March 20, 2014 in Product Liability,Product Recall |

A new mandatory label is expected to help consumers easily identify recall notices for motor vehicles or equipment they own. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) initiated this new label requirement on all mailed recall notices starting February 18, 2014. When motor vehicles or equipment are recalled, consumers need to know of these recalls… read more

Injured By A Drunk Driver on St. Patrick’s Day? We Can Help.

|Posted on March 18, 2014 in Car Accident,Drunk Driving Accident,Safety Tips |

St. Patrick’s Day and other holidays typically mark an increase in traffic accidents, which can be associated with an increased number of vehicles on the roads as well as higher numbers of drunk drivers. Though Kansas City police increase patrols every St. Patrick’s Day, and did so this year starting on Friday night and lasting… read more

Kansas City Woman Facing Manslaughter Charges After Wrong-way Truck Accident

|Posted on March 10, 2014 in Car Accident,Wrongful Death |

A 32-year-old woman from Kansas City has been charged with manslaughter following a wrong-way accident that claimed the life of the passenger in her vehicle. The incident occurred on February 14th at around 11:45pm. According to court records, the woman entered eastbound Interstate 70 from U.S. Highway 40, driving the wrong way and using the… read more