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Apr 28 2011
A divided Supreme Court, ruled on a 5-4 split decision along ideological lines, that corporations can enforce arbitration clauses to block dissatisfied customers from bring class-action... more ›
Apr 27 2011 Organized Scams Defraud Consumers and Insurers Alike, Costing Billions of Dollars Annually
If you have been involved in an auto accident that just didn't feel right, it might not have been... more ›
Apr 27 2011
The Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf earn the highest safety ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in the first-ever U.S. crash test evaluations of plug-in electric cars.... more ›
Apr 15 2011 Supporters claim reform bill will save $100 million in first year.
Montana's workers compensation rates are the highest in the nation which led to urgent reform efforts that culminated on... more ›
Apr 8 2011 Toyota was found "not guilty" by a New York jury in the 2005 unintended acceleration case brought by Dr. Amir Sitafalwalla.
The case had prompted a massive recall of 8 million vehicles, a... more ›
Apr 6 2011 DOT estimates a 3% drop in 2010 fatalities over previous year's record low.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced that the number and rate of traffic fatalities in 2010... more ›
Apr 6 2011 Finances cause one in seven parents to delay teen driving.
With high unemployment, concerns over rising gas prices and inflation, plus the cost of auto insurance for young drivers, the... more ›
Apr 4 2011 Identity theft was the number one complaint category in 2010 according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
Between January and December 2010, the FTC's Consumer Sentinel Network
(CSN)... more ›