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Thursday, February 26, 2015

New Informational Website on Guardrail Lawsuit

There is a new informational website on the Trinity Guardrail lawsuits and pending litigation. It includes information on where Trinity Guardrails are located in Houston Texas. It also details the whistleblower lawsuit that found Trinity guardrails guilty of fraud. We will also be covering the results of the final Trinity Guardrail crash test whenever that information is released. It could cause a mass recall of all of the Trinity Guardrails throughout the United States. If you have been injured by a Trinity guardrail you may be entitled to compensation. So check out this new Trinity Guardrail website for additional information on how to file a lawsuit against Trinity for defective guardrails.

Click here to visit the new Trinity guardrail lawsuit website.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Florida Trinity Guardrail Lawsuits

Channel 6 in Florida recently posted an investigative piece regarding where the possibly defective guardrails are in Florida. They have created an innovative map where one can view where and how many of these possibly deadly. The news station is reporting that Florida has about 4 times more of the 4 inch defective guardrails in the state than they do the 5 inch "safe" guardrails". The Florida Department of Transportation conducted the audit that produced this information. In total, Florida has more than 1,500 of these 4 inch "defective" guardrails in the state of Florida. The state of Florida only has less than 400 of the 5 inch Trinity guardrails installed in the state. This information comes as we all await the results of the controversial 8th crash test which could make this entire point moot. The DOT in Florida invested tax payer dollars in researching where and how many of these defective guardrails could be in the state of Florida. FDOT workers had to count each of these guardrails by hand to track where these deadly guardrails are. There is an informational map indicating the totals of where these Trinity Guardrail lawsuits are by clicking this link.

If you have been injured by a Trinity Guardrail, contact our Guardrail accident attorneys at: to learn how to file a Trinity Guardrail Lawsuit. Visit our Trinity Guardrail Lawsuit Website for more information.

Monday, February 23, 2015

Illinois County Now Suing Trinity Guardraids

St. Clair County has now joined in the lawsuits against Trinity Industries on Monday. The county of St. Clair has filed a guardrail lawsuit against Trinity over these possibly defective and deadly guardrails. Macon County also joined this lawsuit which has been filed as a Trinity Guardrail Class Action lawsuit. These counties are suing for the cost that it would take for the state to find and replace all the Trinity guardrails throughout the entire state. Virginia is the only other state, currently, that has gone forth in suing Trinity guardrails for gross negligence in installing guardrails that were not designed as they were previously told. The cost of replacing these guardrails would be on the taxpayers of these states if Trinity is not held liable. For more information on these pending Trinity Guardrail lawsuits, visit our website at: http://defectiveguardraillawsuit.com/

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Did the Final Trinity Crash Test Fail?

The New York Times has a very interesting article on the 8th and final Trinity Crash Test. They are reporting the final Trinity Crash Test did perform like the previous 7 crash tests did. The car is this Trinity Crash test was apparently more damaged then previous tests according to those who viewed the crash test video. Dean Sicking told the New York Times in this story that the Trinity Guardrail "Clearly Failed" in this crash test. This could have a major impact on both installations of new Trinity guardrails, the removal of Trinity Guardrails and on Trinity Guardrail lawsuits going forward.

At http://www.defectiveguardraillawsuit.com we are doing a full analysis of the story later today and what this means for ongoing Trinity Litigation and Guardrail Lawsuits.