Monthly Archives: December 2015

Why Justice Matters for People Affected by GM’s Faulty Ignition Switches

Defective equipment in automobiles have killed or severely injured hundreds of people in recent years. Take for example the recent injuries and deaths over General Motors (GM) ignition switches, which have allegedly killed more than 120 people and injured another 275. The faulty ignition switches caused some GM vehicles to shut down while driving. Once… read more

A Helpful Guide for Finding Exciting Disability-Friendly Activities

Having a disability does not always mean it is impossible to enjoy some activities. Depending on the nature and severity of the disability, it may be possible to resume former hobbies. For some people with spinal cord and brain injuries, activities using adaptive sports, traveling and video games are still possible. Adaptive sports can become… read more

New Requirement Could Protect Motorists from Rear-End Truck Accidents

A new proposal from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) could help protect motorists from rear-end truck accidents, which occur when vehicles slam through the underside of trucks. The proposal would require stronger underride guards on semi-trucks, the barriers that hang underneath the backside of trucks. Rear-end truck accidents are brutal, and it is… read more

Metier Law Firm Sponsors Bikes For Tykes

This past weekend, Metier Law Firm helped sponsor Bikes For Tykes, an event held every December by Realities For Children. Bikes For Tykes provides gifts in the form of bicycles, helmets and safety gear to Colorado children who have been the victims of abuse or neglect. For children going through times of darkness, these gifts… read more