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Finding Evidence Of Distracted Driving

Even though distracted driving is a factor in one out of every 10 accidents in the United States, finding proof is not always easy. While some drivers might slip, most will rarely volunteer harmful information about what they...more

Court Affirms that Emotional Distress Claims Cannot Arise from Post-Accident Conduct

Traditionally, personal injury claims have generally consisted of a plaintiff seeking damages for expenses and “pain and suffering” relating to physical injuries sustained as a result of an accident. Emotional distress is an...more

The Illinois Supreme Court 2012: The Year in Review

During 2012, the Illinois Supreme Court filed seventy-one written opinions, thirty-nine in civil cases. Although the total opinion output was down somewhat from recent years, this represents the Court's highest number of...more

BB&K Police Chief Bulletin: Search of Vehicle “Black Box" - Admissible Evidence Captured by Vehicle’s Sensing Diagnostic Module

Overview: A California appellate court recently upheld the admission of evidence obtained from the sensing diagnostic module (SDM) of a vehicle impounded after a fatal crash. The SDM decides whether to deploy air bags based...more

Product Liability Advisory - December 2012: 10th Circuit Reaffirms the Importance of Similarity in Testing Methodology for...

In a decision released on August 16, 2012, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the trial court’s Daubert ruling on an expert who was allowed to testify about an alleged seat belt defect in a rollover crash. The 10th...more

The Role of Driver Log Books in Fatigue Based Trucking Accidents

Motor vehicle collisions involving tractor-trailers (semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, big rigs) frequently involve complex litigation issues. Commercial trucking cases are complicated by extensive trucking regulations, the vast...more

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