Each year Consumer Reports rates the best vehicles for overall safety. They determine the safety scores by combining government and insurance industry crash test scores with accident avoidance results. Included on the list are the Kia Soul, Mazda3, Acura TL, Volkswagen Passat, Cadillac CTS, Nissan Rogue, and Infiniti EX. On the other hand, on the worst list are the Chevrolet Aveo, Hyundai Accent, Kia Rio, Scion tC, and Dodge Dakota.
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The firm successfully represented nearly 100 victims who suffered personal injuries and damages to property from a large fire and explosion resulting in a settlement of more than $50 million. The firm served as lead lawyers on the steering committee in this litigation.
The firm successfully represented 270 plaintiffs, taking a lead role in the plaintiffs’ steering committee, who suffered injuries in a large plant explosion resulting in a settlement of nearly $80 million.
The firm successfully represented 45 personal injury victims in a plant fire and explosion, serving on the plaintiffs steering committee, concluding with a settlement of more than $50 million.
The firm prevailed in a personal injury trial for a worksite injury client with the jury returning a verdict and resulting in a judgment of over $22 million for the firm’s client.
The firm successfully achieved a $12 million settlement for the family of a man who died in an 18 wheeler collision.
The firm prevailed on behalf of three burn victims with settlements totaling nearly $48 million.
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