The move toward fully autonomous or self-driving cars seems to be inevitable. The subject is not without its vocal critics though, which means there is no shortage of opinions. Debate is continuing, hot and heavy in Texas and elsewhere.
Pressure does not appear to be letting up in connection with the recall related to potentially defective Takata vehicle air bags. Last month we offered Texas readers some key insights regarding this safety issue. Since then, the number of cars, trucks and SUVs that could be affected by this recall has gone up. More sadly, an additional death has been recorded.
There are a lot of ways to get around San Antonio. Some are taken as a matter of choice. Some are used as a matter of necessity. Walking, bicycling and motorcycling are common modes, but they can also be risky.
The status of the unborn continues to be a topic of ongoing debate state by state and across the nation. This can raise some complicated questions in some motor vehicle accidents. For example, if a fetus is killed as the result of a car wreck, can that warrant a claim for compensation for wrongful death?
The Hispanic Law Alumni Association of St. Mary's University School of Law (HLAA) recently announced Fidel Rodriguez, Jr. as the 2015 recipient of the Henry B. Gonzalez Award. The annual awards dinner took place at the annual Hispanic Law Alumni Banquet on April 10, 2015. HLAA coordinates this annual dinner to recognize leaders in the Latino community and award scholarships to outstanding law students. For more information visit https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ehome/gonzalez/272248/.