Blog Posts in February, 2016

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  • New Honda Civic Faces Recall Due to Potential Engine Failure

    Posted By Regan Zambri Long, PLLC || 23-Feb-2016

    Not long after announcing the release of its newly-redesigned 2016 Civic compact vehicle, automaker Honda is recalling the cars because the engines may stall while the vehicle is being driven, placing the driver at risk for a serious accident. According to an article in the Chicago Sun-Times, the recall affects about 45,000 Honda Civic vehicles - about 34,000 in the United States and 11,000 in ...
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  • Automakers Work Together With Government to Improve Car Safety

    Posted By Regan Zambri Long, PLLC || 22-Feb-2016

    Eighteen major automakers announced recently that they will join together with the U.S. government in a voluntary program to improve vehicle safety, according to a Reuters article. The program will tackle problems like improving cyber security for onboard computers in vehicles and collecting better early warning data of potential problems. The program's plan is to use a similar successful ...
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  • Be My Safe Valentine: Top Tips for Valentine's Day Safety

    Posted By Regan Zambri Long, PLLC || 17-Feb-2016

    Valentine's Day falls in the middle of American Heart Month, so it's a good time to stay safer and start practicing heart health, so you'll be around for your loved ones in the months and years to come. Keep these Valentine's Day tips from the CDC in mind when planning your day: Love your heart. If you haven't seen a doctor a while, schedule an appointment to check up on your ...
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  • Six Car Safety Sensors That Could Save Your Life (And How to Keep Them in Top Condition)

    Posted By Regan Zambri Long, PLLC || 17-Feb-2016

    The computer networks in vehicles get more sophisticated every year, thanks to the relentless march of technology, and these systems are increasingly capable of warning drivers about dangers before they collide with other vehicles, objects, or pedestrians. While keeping your vehicle clean in winter can be challenging, especially given the crazy hot spells and massive snow storms that have graced ...
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  • Congress Considers How to Regulate Dangerous Medical Devices

    Posted By Regan Zambri Long, PLLC || 12-Feb-2016

    A recent spate of infections caused by defective medical scopes has led U.S. lawmakers, federal officials, and experts in health policy to tackle a complex question: how can medical devices be regulated more effectively in order to prevent serious harm? Leaders in all three areas agree that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)'s current procedures for medical devices aren't enough to ...
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