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Monthly Archives: July 2020


Another Federal Court Finds Amazon Liable for Defective Products Sold by Third Parties On Its Website

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

One of the biggest issues in defective product litigation involves the case against Amazon, which many are keeping their eyes on to see if the company is ultimately held liable as a seller for products that third parties sell on its website. The Third Circuit held that Amazon should be held liable in part… Read More »

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New Study Reveals Surprising New Distracted Driving Activities That Could Lead to Accidents

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, almost 3,000 people died from distracted driving in 2018 alone, and 90 percent of these accidents could be traced back to human error, including distraction and inattentiveness. And yet, their cell phones aren’t the only things distracting them anymore: According to a new survey, drivers in… Read More »

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Ford, Once Again, Recalls Dangerous Vehicles for Accidents & Injuries

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

In June, Ford announced that it was recalling more than two million cars due to a dangerous defect; Specifically, due to the doors opening on their own in some vehicles while the car is being driven. According to the company, the problem is the fault of the dealerships, who were supposed to fix the… Read More »

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Florida Again Ranks #1 In Boating Accidents & Fatalities, Where Drunk Driving Is a Leading Factor

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

According to the United States Coast Guard report released in June, Florida – in particular, Florida Keys, Miami Dade, and Monroe Counties – ranks number one in the country for recreational boating accidents and deaths; a distinction it has “won” every year for the last five years. There were almost 680 accidents last year… Read More »

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New Study Reveals That Driverless Cars Won’t Prevent Auto Accidents. Meanwhile, Florida Recklessly Welcomes Them onto Our Roads

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

In June, the Insurance Institute for Safety published a study indicating that although 94 percent of all auto accidents are caused by human errors, autonomous vehicles will likely only be able to prevent approximately one-third of these accidents because it cannot anticipate or counter all human driver mistakes. Specifically, while self-driving vehicles can prevent… Read More »

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