- By Steven Lawrence on February 18, 2014Read more
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- By Steven Lawrence on February 13, 2014Read more
“You see them everywhere,” says Steven Lawrence, an attorney representing Harman in the federal case. The guardrail end terminals — or ‘heads’ as they’re called by engineers — are designed to absorb the energy of a crash (see 1999 crash test video), safely slowing you down, while preventing the rail from spearing your car and impaling you. “It takes the...
- By Steven Lawrence on January 7, 2014Read more
A Texas federal judge Monday declined to toss a False Claims Act suit alleging that Trinity Industries Inc. secretly changed the design of its ET-Plus guardrail end terminal, finding the plaintiff entitled to additional discovery to prove his accusations.
- By Steven Lawrence on November 26, 2013Read more
“That’s a situation where the ET-Plus as it was designed and built should have worked perfectly,” said Lawrence, based in Austin, Texas. “Then you see the pictures and it looks like (the end terminal) exploded. It shouldn’t be that way.”
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