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Have You Been Injured in a Toyota Car Accident?
On January 21, 2010, Toyota announced a recall of Toyota and Lexus vehicles that were built with defective gas pedals which could potentially lead to serious car accidents and injuries. This recall, which includes more than 3 million vehicles, stems from the issue of the accelerator pedal getting stuck, causing drivers to lose control of the vehicle and not being able to stop. This sudden acceleration can cause serious injuries, property damage and even death.
Toyota is currently investigating accelerator pedals while dealerships have stopped the sale of the following models – the Toyota RAV4, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Matrix, Toyota Avalon, Toyota Highlander, Toyota Tundra, Toyota Sequoia, Toyota Camry, Lexus IS 250, Lexus IS 350, and Lexus ES 350.
In an effort to battle the foreclosure crisis and reduce the number of homes facing foreclosure, President Obama’s administration announced the 2009 Obama Mortgage Loan Modification Plan.
The Obama mortgage refinance plan was unveiled to help 9 million homeowners on the verge of foreclosure. The plan includes $75 billion to cut the mortgage payments of qualified homeowners.
Earning a professional license requires extensive education and training. The time you have invested in building a reputation within your field can easily ruined if you get a criminal conviction or a question of professional conduct.
Doctors, lawyers, insurance agents, securities brokers, accountants, chiropractors and dentists can all be accused of a professional violation, which can cause them to lose their career and reputation. If your professional license is under attack, you may be in danger of facing criminal charges and eventual revocation on your license.