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Personal Injuries and Cycling

TASA ID: 1199

CNN Money[1] recently announced, "For entrepreneurs, cycling is the new golf." In fact, Google that thought and you will see quite a few references. The popularity of bicycles has expanded faster than any other participant sport in America.  Recent sales figures indicate a 33.2% increase in volume from only a few years ago. To put that in perspective, there are far more cyclists in America than golfers, tennis players and skiers combined.  The participation profile indicates many more adults, from their mid-20s through their mid-60s are now riding and even racing bikes.  While a lot of us are enjoying our bicycles, we cannot forget the ever present risks.  Many of the new crop of mature freedom-loving riders are more secure financially, so those risks are worth calculating. 

Airbag Deployment Issues, Role of Vehicle Structure and Occupant Safety

TASA ID: 3190

Airbags in modern automobiles have been around for many years, and their record in improving occupant safety in crashes is generally well accepted. However, many questions still arise regarding their deployment and performance in crashes. Some of these questions and the underlying issues, as well as statistical analyses of accident data, are presented in this article.

Auto Manufacturer's Liability in Pedestrian Injury Cases-Effect of Automobile's Front Structure Design

TASA ID: 3190

Over the years, there have been several product liability litigations regarding pedestrian injuries and the front structure designs of the vehicles  alleged as the significant factor. This topic was the subject of intense research many years ago, and there may be U.S. legislation in the near future.
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