American Association for Justice's (AAJ) “Take Justice Back” launches an online campaign for public awareness and education, which reinforces how the civil justice system has been influencing automobile improvements for over two decades in order to protect consumers.
The goal of this legislation is to prevent large corporations from hiding faulty products that could pose potential danger to the consumer and be motivated to correct these hazards early. This will help avoid accidents and deaths due to negligence and proactively save lives.
During the course of the campaign, AAJ is looking to deliver more than six million impressions in hope of bringing recognition, response, and reaction to this issue.
Most recently Take Justice Back activists sent 6,258 letters to Congress about General Mills' attempt to insert a forced arbitration clause into its terms of service. Activists also sent over 700 letters in less than two hours to members of the U.S. House of Representatives urging them to vote against an amendment that would prevent a rulemaking to increase the minimum insurance requirements for interstate trucks and buses.
For more information, visit www.drivesafety.org and download AAJ's complete guide to the auto safety report.