Brake Shop Faked Repairs in 2018 NY Limo Crash that Killed 20

Shocking news today that a brake shop faked repairs to a limo that crashed, killing all 18 people on board, as well as two pedestrians. Investigators have been trying to determine why the limo never slowed before the crash, and now it appears it was due to corporate negligence by a brake company that faked repair certification to make more money and meet sales quotas.  Cases like this are a good example of why civil attorneys need to get involved in order to hold people and corporations responsible and accountable for such brazen negligence, and to send a warning to others that such behavior will be punished in a civil lawsuit, in addition to any separate criminal action.  Read more in this article published in the New York Times today:

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/10/nyregion/ny-limo-crash-brakes.html?action=click&module=Latest&pgtype=Homepage

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