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Randy Appleton

Tour Bus Going to Masters Tournament Flips – Driver Charged With DUI

A tour bus going to the Masters golf tournament last week flipped over on a Georgia interstate, injuring at least 12 people. The bus driver has been charged with DUI.  The bus was carrying 18 passengers and crashed at 8:45 […]

Mark Bello

Fatal NYC Helicopter Crash Puts Scrutiny on Harnesses in Open-Door Choppers

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released a preliminary report on the fatal March 11, 2018 helicopter crash in New York that killed five passengers on board. The report includes an interview with the pilot, the sole survivor. The […]

Thomas Dennis

Who Is Responsible When a Self-Driving Car Has An Accident?

Who is responsible when a self-driving car hurts or kills someone? What are the laws that govern this type of crash and what will the future hold as it pertains to laws which may or may not protect consumers that have been hurt or killed by a self-driving car.

Thomas Curcio

Self Driving Cars: Implementation

It’s crazy to think in a matter of years everyone will be able to drive. You’ll no longer need babysitters or time off work to run your kids to soccer, Grandma and Grandpa will be able to go to the […]

Joseph H. Saunders

Criminal Charges in Miami Pedestrian Bridge Collapse at Florida International University?

CBS TV Interview of attorney Joseph H. Saunders Six people were killed in Miami, Florida last Thursday, March 15th, when a pedestrian bridge under construction fell on a major highway crushing cars traveling underneath.  The huge concrete bridge was next […]

Thomas Curcio

The Legal Aspect of Self Driving Cars

When it comes to the legal questions surrounding self driving cars, they are two-fold. First, the question of whether they can be tested currently, and second, when they are ready for consumers, who will be at fault in the case […]

Thomas Curcio

Self Driving Cars and Ethics

Unfortunately, when dealing in autonomous technology, ethics questions will always be raised. While these cars will be programmed to understand intricate maneuvers and driving situations, will they be self-aware? Often when driving crazy situations occur that defy the posted rules. […]

Randy Appleton

Georgia Student Dies in School Bus Crash

A six year old girl was killed in a Jan. 28 school bus crash in Georgia. The girl died in the crash in Houston County, Georgia when the bus was going down hill and the driver tried to make a […]

Thomas Curcio

Man vs. Machine: PTC Final Thoughts

When it comes to rail safety, America ranks very low in comparison to other countries. As pointed out by twitter user, @380kmh, “Japan is averaging 6.6 deaths per year with over 18 billion riders…whereas the USA is averaging 10.9 deaths […]

Rick Shapiro

2 Amtrak Employees Die in Crash With CSX Train

February 4, 2018 saw the second fatal Amtrak train accident involving track problems within less than two months. A passenger train traveling from Miami to New York that got onto the wrong track in Cayce, South Carolina (SC), collided with […]