For much of our country’s history, consumers were on their own when they purchased a product. Buyer beware wasn’t just a sign posted at flea markets, it was a way of life for Americans. But slowly over the course of the 20th Century, our government enacted laws that offered greater protection for consumers.
It’s been called a disturbing trend, an epidemic and a blight on our roads. These phrases are apt descriptions of the increase in U.S. traffic fatalities that have occurred for two years in a row. The increase in 2015 was the largest in the U.S. in 50 years, and now it appears that 2016 saw a similar rise… Read More »