Clifford Law Offices offers a free article, "Letting the Light Shine In"
May 21, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsThe Chicago law office, Clifford Law Offices, announced that it has posted a legal article on their website (http://www.cliffordlaw.com) in an effort to educate the public about legal matters.
Unintended sudden acceleration in some Toyota vehicles has the automaker busy defending itself against a number of lawsuits. Discovery that requires information from auto manufacturers is never easy but when done fairly it allows insight into the decisions made surrounding safety issues. What did Toyota know, when did they know it and what did they do with the information? Those are questions that need to be answered.
Robert Clifford, the nationally renowned personal injury attorney based out of Chicago, wrote about the discovery process with auto manufacturers in a piece for the Chicago Lawyer. In "Letting the Light Shine In," Clifford looks at National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) data that was analyzed by Consumer Reports and the Los Angeles Times and discusses its meaning in the context of the current Toyota recall.
Read the full article about personal injury law and discovery.