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Speed Cameras and Speed-Camera Detector Laws

Traffic enforcement speed cameras aren’t legal in all states. If you want to check whether your state allows them, here’s a good chart. The commercial website ComparetheMarket.com has interesting information about traffic enforcement speed cameras.  Check out the article, but here are the opening paragraphs: What is a speed camera detector? A speed camera detector […]

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Report: More Drivers Die Outside Disabled Vehicles in Texas

Texas ranks first in the nation among these deaths, according to a report from AAA. From 2015 to 2019, 263 people died on Texas roads after their vehicle became disabled. Data cited in that report found California had the second-highest total with 248. The report, released in December 2021, gathered the most recent data from […]

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Drivers Sue Tesla, Alleging False Advertising of Autopilot, FSD

The Hill reported that a Tesla owner “sued the electric car manufacturer on Wednesday, alleging the company falsely advertised its autopilot technology and misled customers about the technology’s capabilities.” Briggs Matsko “filed the class-action lawsuit on behalf of himself and other customers who ‘never received the self-driving car that Tesla promised them.’” Matsko “paid an extra […]

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Unsafe Drivers Made up Larger Share of Motorists During Pandemic, Study Says

Most people know that traffic injuries and deaths continued at a high rate even though there were fewer drivers on the road during the pandemic. Many reports attributed this anomaly to higher speeds while roads weren’t clogged. But now the Washington Post is reporting on a different theory. Their article claims that a higher percentage […]

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MIT: Tesla Drivers Become ‘Inattentive’ While Using AutoPilot

ExtremeTech has an interesting article about driver inattention while using Tesla autopilot. Here are the opening paragraphs: US safety officials are asking Tesla to pump the brakes on its full self-driving (FSD) feature, which the company plans on releasing to a wider range of drivers in a matter of days. They have good reason to […]

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Understanding and Preventing Road Rage: An Essential Guide for Drivers

The commercial website CompareTheMarket.com has good information about road rage. Check it out. Here are the opening paragraphs: How can you prevent road rage? If you’re involved in an accident caused by road rage, are you covered by your car insurance policy? What if you’re the aggressive driver at fault? Our guide answers all those […]

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14 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Android Auto

The commercial website SpiritCar.com has interesting, in-depth, information on using Android Auto in your vehicle. Automotive technology is changing so fast these days that it’s helpful to have tutorials such as this one. Check it out. Here are the opening paragraphs: Android Auto makes many of Android’s best smartphone features available in cars. It allows […]

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NHTSA Investigating 416K Tesla Vehicles Over Braking Reports

NHTSA said Thursday it is opening a formal investigation into 416,000 Tesla vehicles over reports of unexpected brake activation tied to its driver assistance system Autopilot. The preliminary evaluation covers 2021-2022 Tesla Model 3 and Model Y vehicles in the US after the agency received 354 complaints about the issue over the past nine months. David […]

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Auto Insurance Questions Will Become More Important as Driverless Industry Grows

Roll Call reports the “advent of self-driving cars is raising questions in the insurance sector about who should pay when the vehicles crash and how insurers will set equitable rates.” When cars “can operate themselves, the central question will be whether accidents are the manufacturer’s responsibility and therefore covered by product liability insurance or whether the […]

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A Question for Regulators: Is Tesla’s Autopilot Safe?

NTSB, which makes recommendations but lacks enforcement powers, has urged regulators at the NHTSA to investigate Autopilot’s limitations, potential for driver misuse, and possible safety risks following a series of crashes involving the technology, some of them fatal. “The past has shown the focus has been on innovation over safety and I’m hoping we’re at […]

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Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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