Insulin-Dependent Diabetics May Be Allowed to Drive Commercial Vehicles

With the trucking and transportation industry facing an ever-increasing driver shortage, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking... More

Dealership Not Liable for Alleged Defective Airbag

Plaintiff purchased a 1995 Toyota Corolla from a used car dealership that had previously purchased the vehicle from a Toyota dealership after a trade-in.... More

“Don’t Text While Driving” Takes on New Meaning

An appellate court in New Jersey recently held that a person sending a text message to a driver of an automobile can be liable... More

Loss of Consortium and Rental Car Expenses Allowed on Appeal

After a motor vehicle accident, plaintiffs filed a lawsuit against defendant, the defendant’s employer and the defendant’s insurer. The trial court awarded plaintiffs $20,000.00... More

Supreme Court Overturns the Port of Los Angeles’s Placard Requirement

From the Supreme Court’s syllabus in American Trucking Associations, Inc.  v. City of Los Angeles, California: The Port of Los Angeles, a division of... More