The economy is in a constant state of flux. Depending on where you go or whom you ask, the economy is either going to crash completely or we are in what is merely a cyclical downturn, normal for capitalism.
Yet no one is confused about the state of the auto industry.
Our car accident attorneys are concerned about how this global recession will affect car drivers. If car manufactures sacrifice production value (i.e. make defective parts) in their cost cutting moves, will car drivers be at an increased risk for a car accident caused by a design defect?
Today, we want to talk about the state of the American Big Three of Auto Makers: Ford Motor Company, Chrysler LLC and General Motors Corp. While all three auto makers are looking for ways to cut costs, all signs point to a changing world for car drivers.
Only time will tell but you should still be cautious when buying your next car.
Tomorrow, we will begin to take a look at each of the Big Three, individually, from a car accident attorney’s perspective, starting with Ford Motor Company.
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