April 2014 Archives
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April 2014 Archives

Greene Broillet for Autism Speaks

The legal team at Greene Broillet & Wheeler is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Southern California.

We do this by helping plaintiffs secure just compensation in courts and by supporting many worthwhile charity and nonprofit organizations that are making a difference in our community. One of these organization is Autism Speaks, the premiere autism advocacy groups in the country.

General Motors Seeks Protection From Recall Lawsuits

GM filed suit last night for protection against a wave of lawsuits following its recent recalls.

The company filed for protection in a New York bankruptcy court, claiming that it faces legal claims related to cars with faulty ignition switches and power steering. GM wants to avoid any lawsuits arising out of actions that it took prior to its 2009 bankruptcy.

Highland Family Seeking Solution After 4th Car Slams Into Home

A Highland family is pleading with the city for help after the fourth driver has hit their home within six months.

The Sauerwein family lives on a corner where there is a sharp turn on a downward slope. There's no stop sign or speed bumps, which the family says could have prevented the crashes.

Several Injured After Fire Truck Crashes Into Monterey Park Eatery

At least 15 people were injured last Wednesday when two fire trucks collided.

The fire trucks were responding to a house fire and had their sirens on when they hit each other at the intersection of Emerson and Garfield Avenues. Police say that the accident sent one of the fire trucks into the Lu Dumpling House restaurant.

Investigators Continue Orland Bus Accident Investigation in L.A.

The investigation into a Northern California bus accident has shifted to the L.A. area.

The Los Angeles Times reports that investigators are still looking into what caused a deadly crash between a FedEx freight truck and a Silverado Stages charter bus.

GM Announces Another Recall Amid Consumer Outrage

General Motors issued a second recall yesterday on the eve of its CEO's testimony before a house subcommittee.

The company announced that it will recall 1.3 million vehicles that may have dangers power-steering issues. This follows another recall of 2.6 million cars which have ignition switch issues that have been linked to 13 fatalities.

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