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October 2013 Archives

All drivers can take steps to reduce road rage incidents

Virtually everyone in Kansas City, Missouri who has spent any time behind the wheel of a vehicle has at some point or another experienced how stressful the activity can be. While every driver has a different way of dealing with that stress, it sometimes takes a little time to come to terms with leaving one open to experiencing a bout of road rage. While in some cases road rage results only in hurt feelings before subsiding, other times it leads to something more serious such as a car accident.

Harley-Davidson motorcycles recalled for clutch issues

For many in Kansas City, Missouri, who enjoy riding motorcycles, owning a Harley –Davidson, an American icon, is the pinnacle. Unfortunately, as is the case with any product, it is possible that the bikes could be defective. Recently, a part of some Harley-Davidson bikes were deemed to be defective, prompting a voluntary recall.

Crash with MIssouri school bus claims lives of 2

The sudden loss of a loved one is often difficult to handle. When the loss is due to a fatal motor vehicle accident, those left behind may not know how to respond or what steps to take. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the crash it is possible that they will file a wrongful death lawsuit against those responsible for the incident. Sadly a fatal accident occurred earlier this week in a community located outside of Kansas City.

Seat defect prompts recall of General Motors pickups

There are many things that car makers incorporate into the design and build of an automobile. Many of those things are incorporated to keep the vehicle occupants safe should the automobile be involved in a crash. When there is something wrong with a part of a car that could result in an injury to a person, it is possible that a recall will be issued.

Collision involving fire engine sends 1 to hospital

Fire engines are often the first emergency vehicles on the scene of an accident. They arrive to secure the scene and help victims in any way they can. Accordingly they are usually a welcomed sight. An individual involved in a recent Kansas City, Missouri crash likely was not quite as happy to see the rescue vehicle. This is because the fire truck was actually involved in the crash.

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