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Martin Tripp - Telsa Saboteur or Life-Saving Whistleblower?

Martin Tripp - Telsa Saboteur or Life-Saving Whistleblower?

In the wake of last week’s spontaneous Tesla fire on LA’s Santa Monica Boulevard, media is humming around conflict between Tesla CEO Elon Musk and ex-Tesla employee Martin Tripp.
On Wednesday, electric car manufacturer Tesla filed suit in Nevada Court against Tripp, claiming that,...


73 Percent of Americans Afraid of Riding in Autonomous Cars

73 Percent of Americans Afraid of Riding in Autonomous Cars

A survey by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety revealed that the recent fatal accidents involving self-driving cars had a dramatic effect on the public’s perception of the technology. In a matter of a few months, the percentage of Americans who expressed fear of riding in autonomous...

The Public Health Risks of Self-driving Cars

The Public Health Risks of Self-driving Cars

Often hailed as the safest cars on the market and the future of the automobile industry, self-driving cars have suffered important setbacks following a number of accidents where pedestrians and drivers were either injured or killed.
Presented as environmentally-friendly, autonomous cars are...

$100K Reward for Proof of Lawsuit Conspiracy

$100K Reward for Proof of Lawsuit Conspiracy

I’m offering a reward of up to $100,000 for the first person who provides proof that leads to a judgment finding that a lawsuit was filed in the last three months in the Southern District of Florida as a result of a corporate conspiracy to manufacture frivolous lawsuits. The terms of the...




Numbers Talk: The Case Against Tort Reform

Numbers Talk: The Case Against Tort Reform

Lawsuits lead the way to prohibition of asbestos, lead, and other deadly toxins.
"To this day, the NHTSA, the Food and Drug Administration, and even the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, federal agencies that are often inattentive, can be jolted into some action by the...

Uber Dodges Trial for First Ever Self-Driving Vehicle Fatality

Uber Dodges Trial for First Ever Self-Driving Vehicle Fatality

National Transportation Safety Board investigators are examining the death of 49-year old Elaine Herzberg, killed by an Uber self-driving SUV while crossing a Tempe, Arizona road on March 18. Just two weeks after Herzberg’s death, her daughter and husband have reached a settlement with...