Janet Lee

Janet Lee
Photo:Janet Lee, injured by a taxi partition.

Monday, August 29, 2016

2 Months before Clardy death

Attorney Michael Halpin
470 Worcester Rd
Framingham, MA 01702
Steve Crowell
P.O. Box 303
Eastham, MA 02642
Sunday, January 17, 2016

Dear Sir;
                I wish to thank you again for your time with us last December at the listening session. I hope the links we’ve led you to have helped with an understanding of the USDOT position on the applicability and enforcement of safety standards for cruiser partitions. If you have had any difficulty navigating the site, please let us know.
                We have been hoping to hear from your fleet manager. We have been expecting to discuss any challenges he has encountered in cruiser partition installations and costs which I am sure can be improved.
                I may not have discussed the benefits of using the Crowell Partition outside of the legal aspects at our meeting. There are storage, installation and replacement advantages to using this new design that are sadly lacking in other designs.
                Your fleet manager should be interested in the fact that the Crowell Partition installs with no drilling or cutting required. This improves ease of installation by avoiding unexpected hidden risks. Replacement is needed much less frequently also. The Crowell Partition is transferrable to new vehicles, reducing the need to buy an entire new unit when the interior configuration is much different in the replacement vehicle.
                Please free to forward this letter to your fleet manager for his feedback. Thank you.


Steve Crowell

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