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I Accident Lawyer Wins More Than $12 Million in Recent Settlement

Posted on February 23, 2017

I Accident Lawyer in Fresno Wins More than $12 Million

Being involved in a car or truck accident can be devastating—physically, emotionally, and financially. Often, the victims of car accidents are left with massive medical bills, but also depleted funds, especially if they lose wages due to their injuries. These problems are compounded when the insurance company is hesitant to step in and do its […]

Top Anaheim Accident Lawyers Celebrate $8 Million Win

Posted on January 23, 2017

Top Anaheim Accident Lawyers Celebrate $8 Million Win

Those who are injured in car accidents are often left with significant, even life-threatening physical pain—and for many, that pain is only the tip of the iceberg. There are also financial grievances to consider. A highway car accident can result in massive medical bills, and in some cases the need for expensive ongoing care; simultaneously […]

National Independent Automobile Dealers Association

Posted on June 18, 2016

The main arm for the representation of used vehicle dealers is the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association. The name of the organization was changed in 1955 from the National Used Car Dealers Association. Originally it had its headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. It then moved to Detroit, MI. Then it moved to Raleigh, N.C. in 1975. […]

IBT Employee Sues Company

Posted on June 17, 2016

Eddie Osoy alleged that he was illegally fired last week by International Bridge Transport, an offshoot of the Cosco Group which is Chinese owned. It is a port trucking company operating from the Los Angeles-Long Beach Port Complex. Mr. Osoy is married and is father to three children. He and his co-workers planned a strike […]

Inadequate EIR for Southern California International Gateway Railway

Posted on April 30, 2016

The Contra Costa County Superior Court found today that the environmental impact report or EIR on the Southern California International Gateway railway or SCIG was inadequate and ordered the Port of Los Angeles to issue a new report. Issues were concerning air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, noise, and traffic impacts. Another issue was that the […]

Super Star in the Racing Sport

Posted on April 6, 2016

Roger Penske has spent 50 years in the racing sport. He is a team owner and giant in his field. Penske built the Auto Club speedway. It will host the Auto Club 400 this Sunday. Penske is hoping to have a winner between his two Cup drivers. The NASCAR Race is to be held this […]

Military Pay Allotment

Posted on March 9, 2016

Both the House and the Senate have reported back regarding the military pay allotment. The language used by the House in its report will be treated as an order to DOD. There is the possibility of changing the language to legislative language in the months to come. Members are to report any negative experiences associated […]

Report to Congress: “Electronic Systems Performance in Vehicles”

Posted on February 25, 2016

12/2015 I. Introduction A new bill, the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) was signed into law by the President in July of 2012. The bill provides for Federal funding for transportation projects. The section entitled “Electronic Systems Performances explains that (a) General-An examination for safety needs shall be completed before […]

National Independent Automobile Dealer’s Association Part III

Posted on February 19, 2016

07/31/2015 MAP-21 Re-authorization (DRIVE ACT) Rental Car Recalls The Senate recently had a unanimous vote on several amendments including that of S.1173. The House is considering similar legislation however it has not reached a consensus on the issue. H.R. 2198 Raechel and Jacqueline Houck Safe Rental Car Act of 2015 This bill permits rental companies […]

VW’s electric e-Golf Runs Like a Gas Car

Posted on November 30, 2015

Most are aware of the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal. In view of that, the introduction of the VW electric e-Golf is welcome. The car performs well; on par level with a gas vehicle. Volkswagen has been testing electric vehicles since the 1980’s. The VW’s e-Golf is among over a dozen electric cars being introduced this […]

NIADA Regulatory Update

Posted on October 28, 2015

08/31/2015 A proposed change was reported to a rule which would enable auto dealers to publicize the privacy notices online contingent upon five factors: Non-public personal data will not be shared in a way which would stimulate the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. An opt out is not to be included in the annual privacy notice in the […]

Los Angeles’ Tourism Rises Significantly in 2014

Posted on October 28, 2015

05/05/2015 Los Angeles reached record level tourism job growth and visitor spending for 2014. This was the announcement made by the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board today. Forty-four and two tenths people visited Los Angeles in 2014, a number which set a record for the area. That number represented an increase of 4.8% since […]

Increased Surveillance by California Highway Patrol

Posted on October 22, 2015

10/19/2015 The California Highway Patrol is now able to take images of motor vehicles from their airplanes and upload them to detectives on the ground in minutes. This process took hours or days before technology. In use these day by the CHP are 3-D digital scanners, high tech video systems and devices that can intercept […]

Decision to Place Stop Sign and Crosswalk at High Bluff

Posted on October 22, 2015

07/02/2015 A decision regarding placing a stop sign and crosswalk on High Bluff Drive and Grandvia Point has been reached. There has been concern about the safety of the intersection by community residents. There were some dissenting votes when the issue went before the Carmel Valley Community Planning Board and in fact an affirmative vote […]

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