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Category: Truck Accidents

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Common Causes of Truck Accidents

Driving a commercial vehicle, like a big rig, requires special training and licensing. There are also rules and regulations about things like how many hours a day they can be on the road and for how many days in a row they can haul. These rules and regulations are set forth to avoid truck accidents, […]

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Why is Texting and Driving Dangerous? (With Statistics)

Texting and driving is dangerous because it is one of the major causes of motor accidents on the road. Driving requires your full concentration and attention. It’s a visual task. The term, ‘distracted driving’ describes driving in an unsafe manner while performing an activity that draws your attention from the road. Normal driving is already […]

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Car Accidents vs. Truck Accidents

After being injured in a truck accident, many people have a misconception that the process of filing a claim and recovering compensation for damages will be similar to a typical car accident claim. However, this is not true. Truck accidents are generally more damaging than car accidents, and the claims process can be much more complicated. Understanding the […]

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Hours of Service Regulations for Truckers Suspended
Hours of Service Regulations for Truckers Suspended

In response to an increased demand for supplies amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, hours of service regulations have been suspended. These regulations, established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), define the amount of time that truck drivers can safely stay on the road during a shift. Hours of service regulations minimize driver fatigue and […]

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In a Truck Accident, Is the Driver or Company Liable?

One of the main differences between commercial trucks and passenger cars, besides the obvious difference in size, is that those driving passenger cars aren’t working on the clock and their cars are personal vehicles, while truck drivers are working while on the road and drive company-owned vehicles. When a truck causes an accident, many victims […]

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[Infographic] Breaking Down Hours of Service Regulations
[Infographic] Breaking Down Hours of Service Regulations

Of all the regulations pertaining to the trucking industry, Hours of Service regulations are designed to keep truck drivers and all others on the road free from significant harm. It prevents fatigued driving and allows truck drivers to receive the proper rest they need to continue working. It’s imperative to understand the Hours of Service […]

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What Challenges May I Face In a Truck Accident Claim?

Any time you need to take legal action against a negligent party for injuries sustained, it can be complicated. Challenges can arise and you may wonder if the results you may receive are even worth the hassle of what you’re enduring. Before you move forward, you should understand some of the challenges you can experience […]

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How Can a Trucking Company Keep Their Drivers Safe?

For a trucking company, there are several obligations to which they must adhere in order to their drivers and others on the road safe. These measures must be taken on a regular basis to keep problems from occurring and to prevent injuries in serious accidents. Unfortunately, not all trucking companies are looking for drivers. They’re […]

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4 Facts of a Trucking Accident: What You Need to Know

Trucking accidents are some of the worst that can occur—we know that. They often leave individuals dealing with catastrophic injuries, high medical bills, long recovery times, and a plethora of other obstacles that they must work hard to overcome. However, not everyone is fully aware of all aspects of trucking accidents and what they mean […]

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