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Truck & Commercial Vehicle Accident Blog

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

After a truck accident, it can be difficult to determine whether the truck driver or the trucking company is at fault. Depending on the reason behind the crash, the truck driver may be personally liable for the damage and injuries, or the driver’s employer… Read More

How to Safely Drive Near Trucks and Prevent an Accident

Due to their significant size and power, commercial trucks can be particularly dangerous on the roadways. If a vehicle of this massive size collides with a smaller vehicle, the results are often devastating. For this reason, it is important for motorists… Read More

What Is Involved in a Truck Accident Investigation?

The scene of a truck accident can be chaotic and confusing. However, there may be important clues at the site of the accident that indicate why the accident occurred and which party is responsible for it. If you are injured in a truck accident, it is… Read More

Types of Injuries Caused by Truck Accidents

Commercial trucks outweigh cars and other traditional passenger vehicles by several tons. That is why trucks often cause severe injuries and deaths when they collide with these smaller vehicles. In 2014 alone, 3,903 people were killed and 111,000 were… Read More

Why Do I Need a Lawyer After a Texas Truck Accident?

If you were seriously injured or lost a loved one in a truck accident, you may be able to file a lawsuit to recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and a variety of other damages. However, the success of your claim depends… Read More

24-Yead-Old Dies in 18-Wheeler Underride Crash on Texas 360

There was a fatal truck accident involving an 18-wheeler and a Ford Focus early Tuesday morning on the 4500 block of Texas 360. The 24-year-old driver of the Ford Focus died after his car collided with the truck, got stuck under the trailer and was dragged… Read More

NHTSA Proposes Capping Maximum Speeds for Trucks to Improve Roadway Safety

In 2014, there were 476,000 large truck and bus accidents throughout the country, resulting in fatalities for seven out of ten motorists in passenger vehicles involved in these crashes. The latest proposal from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration… Read More

New FMCSA Regulations Could Get Dangerous Motor Carriers off the Road

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has proposed new legislation that will change the way it analyzes and reviews carrier safety performance. The FMCSA will replace an aging system that has been in place since 1982. Under the previous rules,… Read More

Electronic Logging Devices Now Required for Commercial Truckers

With the goal of improving the safety of the nations roadways, the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has issued a Final Rule requiring the use of electronic logging devices for commercial trucks and… Read More

NHTSA Aims to Improve Truck Rear Impact Protection

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is taking action to improve semi-truck rear impact protection, as stated in the notice of proposed rule-making issued Dec. 7, 2015. About 400 people lose their lives each year in accidents wherein… Read More