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Uber and Sexual Assault

Written on Behalf of Brian Kabateck August 31, 2018 Complaints and accusations of sexual assault have come from numerous Uber passengers as well as drivers. A recent investigation of the issue by CNN found that 103 Uber drivers across the country were accused of sexual assault or abuse. Since then,

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FDA Under the Microscope for Approving Dangerous Devices

Written on behalf of Brian S. Kabateck August 24, 2018 This summer’s scariest horror flick is the true-life stories of dozens of people who have experienced enormous pain and suffering because of dangerous medical devices. The Netflix documentary “The Bleeding Edge” presents harrowing accounts of victims who have suffered severe

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Trucking Companies Must do More to Keep the Roads Safe

Written on behalf of Brian Kabateck August 17, 2018 There’s a reason why many drivers are scared to share the roads with 18-wheelers. Large trucks are involved in one out of every 10 highway deaths and most fatalities involve passengers in smaller vehicles, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway

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Do Consumer Complaints Matter?

Written by Brian S. Kabateck August 10, 2018 Of all the personal injury cases over the years which have garnered media attention, the most misunderstood must be the “McDonald’s Hot Coffee” lawsuit. Few people know all the details from start to finish, only that a woman won a multi-million-dollar verdict

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Pedestrian Danger: Death by SUV

Written on behalf of Brian S. Kabateck August 3, 2018 There’s disturbing new evidence about an increase in pedestrian deaths involving one of America’s most popular vehicles. Sports Utility Vehicles or SUVs are contributing to a stunning rise in pedestrian fatalities, according to federal safety regulators, who apparently have known

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What Consumers Should Know About Wildfire Insurance

Written on behalf of Brian Kabateck July 27, 2018 A record-breaking heat wave that hit Southern California not only brought high temperatures to the region, but it also brought wildfires. A fire broke out in Santa Barbara County dubbed the “Holiday Fire”, and a brush fire came dangerously close to

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California Leads Nation Towards Stronger Data Privacy

Written on behalf of Brian Kabateck July 13, 2018 California lawmakers recently established restrictions on the tech industry, putting in place a privacy bill that will give consumers better protection over their data. Governor Jerry Brown signed data privacy legislation that gives consumers more control over how their private information

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Smart Speakers and Privacy Concerns

Written on behalf of Brian Kabateck July 6, 2018 Smart speakers have exploded onto the market, with Amazon and Google being the driving force behind making them common items in our households. The Amazon Echo powered by smart artificial intelligence Alexa has become a popular item for people who are

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When Antitrust Law Turns Anti-Consumer

Written on behalf of Brian Kabateck June 15, 2018 Consumers know that choice equals power, and consumer advocates who fight for consumers have seen choices slowly but surely disappear over the last twenty years. With a federal court’s approval of the AT&T merger with Time Warner, consumers just lost a

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