Government Plan to Slow Down Semi Trucks

Government Plan to Slow Down Semi Trucks Federal officials might finally be moving forward with a plan years in the making. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recently filed a notice of intent to proceed with rulemaking that would require speed limiters to be p...

The Most Dangerous Areas Around a Large Truck

In a collision between an 18-wheeler and the average passenger vehicle, the smaller vehicle is going to lose. That is why all drivers should be extra cautious when driving near big rigs. Consumer Reports researched this issue with the help of a 28-year trucking veteran and came u...

Key Evidence in Truck Accident Injury Cases

When injuries result from a commercial truck wreck, the subsequent legal claims tend to be handled in ways that are significantly different from claims involving regular passenger vehicles. Truck accident cases often have many parties involved, some of whom have very sophisticate...

Truck Accident Injury Claims Usually Involve Multiple Defendants

Personal injury cases stemming from heavy truck crashes (18-wheelers, semi-trucks, tractor trailers, or other commercial trucks) involve issues that aren’t present in a typical car accident case. Governing the trucking industry is many state and federal regulations that add com...

Driver Shortage Means Increased Risk of Truck Crashes

Driver Shortage and Truck Accidents The United States is currently facing a severe shortage of truck drivers. While this fact is alarming, it isn't surprising. Driving a semi-truck is hard: There are the long days and weeks—sometimes even months—away from home. Myr...