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An important Editorial published in the New York Times reveals that Stretch Limousines are not required to be equipped with some of the most basic safety components that are required in all other passenger vehicles. The side-panel airbags, the lap-and-shoulder seatbelts; and the rollover pillars, which protect lives, are exempted. What makes this more tragic is the frequency with which young adults inhabit these unsafe vehicles. We are drawn to limousines because of the aura of celebrity and privilege associated with them . The article chronicles one particular heart wrenching fatal episode that occurred in Long Island, New York The writing is both informative and instructive. It can be accessed through the provided link.

The role of government officials is to insure that car manufactures produce safe vehicles. This can be done on both a state and local level.

The Trial Attorneys at the Law Firm of Keogh Crispi, P.C. have long been committed to improving the lives of society through the maintenance of meaningful and necessary safety standards. We urge you to read this Editorial and to stay engaged.


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