Authorities have released information about a vehicle of interest in connection with a hit-and-run crash in San Bernardino, which gravely injured 2-year-old Asianae Thomas. According to a CBS Los Angeles news report, the little was playing outside a relative’s home in the 2400 block of North Mountain Avenue the evening of May 4, 2014 when a pickup truck struck her and fled the scene.
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Officials Seek Public’s Help in Finding Driver Who Caused Fatal Hit-and-Run
Two Drivers Seriously Injured in Irvine Car Accident
Two drivers suffered serious injuries in a three-car crash in Irvine. According to a news report in The Orange County Register, the major injury collision occurred the afternoon of May 8, 2014 at the intersection of Alton Parkway and Red Hill Drive. Two of the vehicles had crashed head-on, officials said. Two drivers, a 50-year-old…
Orange County Personal Injury Lawyer Representing Several Victims Burned in Gorilla Polishing Industrial Explosion
The Orange County personal injury lawyers of BISNAR | CHASE are representing several victims who suffered serious to catastrophic burn injuries after an explosion and fire at Gorilla’s Polishing plant in La Habra.
Ford Recalls Full-Size Pickup Trucks for Transmission Issues
Ford Motor Company is recalling nearly 4,000 commercial F-Series pickup trucks due to a safety issues discovered with the transmission. The recall covers several 2015 models.
BISNAR | CHASE Represented Victim in First Known Case Linked to GM Ignition Defects
The auto product liability lawyers at BISNAR | CHASE have been closely following reports of the General Motors ignition defects scandal for at least 10 years, according to Brian Chase, the firm’s senior litigation partner. In fact, BISNAR | CHASE started studying the issue closely in 2006 when the firm filed a lawsuit on behalf of the husband and children of the first known victim who was killed in a car accident linked to GM’s defective ignitions – Shara Lynn Towne.
Suspected Drunk Driver Causes Placentia Injury Crash
At least two people including a suspected drunk driver were injured in a Placentia car accident the night of April 27, 2014. According to a news report in The Orange County Register, the injury collision occurred at Placentia Avenue and Bastanchury Road. Officials say San Pedro resident, Joseph Maes, 22, ran a red light at the intersection, lost control of his vehicle and crashed into four cars injuring himself and a passenger.
General Motors Facing Questions on Second Delayed Recall
General Motors and safety regulators now have a second recall to answer for, according to a report on CNN Money. The first one, which has been in the limelight for several weeks now, involved long delays in initiating a recall tied to defective ignition switches linked to at least 13 deaths. GM knew of the…
Are Motorcycle Accidents Increasing?
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Boy Suffers Burn Injuries after Falling into Newport Beach Fire Pit
A 5-year-old boy is recovering from second- and third-degree burns after falling into a fire ring near the Balboa Pier in Newport Beach. According to a report in The Orange County Register, the incident occurred the evening of April 20, 2014. The boy was transported to the hospital with burn injuries on both feet and…
Feds Talk about Safety Regulations after Deadly California Bus Crash
Federal transportation authorities are now looking into ways to minimize injuries and deaths in bus accidents after the fiery truck versus bus collision in Northern California that killed 10 people. According to a news report in the Associated Press, officials with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) say that they have already issued recommendations, which…