Reckless Truck Drivers Make the Entire Industry More Dangerous

The trucking industry has long argued that the majority of crashes involving tractor-trailers were caused by the motoring public. Those claims will not be going away anytime soon after the results of a survey conducted by The Travelers Cos. was released. The survey, which focused on motorists’ behavior in 2020, was released recently. Titled 2021…

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Truck Accidents Involving Landscaping Vehicles

Landscaping beautifies the streets, roads, and sights across Oklahoma. Landscaping work includes trimming tree branches, making home residences look nice, filling in construction sites, creating parks, and many other activities. For every type of landscaping work, there are many distinct types of landscaping trucks that can help do the job. Some of the many types…

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Tractor-Trailers and Blind Spot Accidents

Commercial trucks and 18-wheelers are huge vehicles, weighing in at between 20,000 to 80,000 pounds, depending on its cargo. This massive size prevents truckers from being able to see every area around their cab and trailer, unlike drivers of passenger cars. The areas that truckers cannot see are called “blind spots,” and are dangerous for…

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FMCSA Extends Trucking Waivers Again

During the COVID-19 pandemic, a high priority for the nation is ensuring that the nation’s supply chain functions properly. Many products are in short supply. There are many other shortages too such as not enough truck drivers and not enough people who can help with loading and unloading the products. These shortages are due to…

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What Evidence Can Help Prove I’m Not at Fault for a Truck Accident?

Trucking accidents are a frequent occurrence all across the country. Transportation companies often worry about their bottom line, which includes insurance costs. Liability leads to increased expenses for the company and driver, so it stands to reason that trucking companies aren’t quick to accept responsibility for damages or injuries. Victims driving passenger vehicles involved in…

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Types of Compensation for Injured Truck Drivers

Professional truck drivers transport equipment and products along the roadways and highways of Oklahoma on a daily basis. Although driving a commercial truck can be an excellent job and source of steady, dependable income, sometimes the occupation comes with an unwanted price. Many drivers extend themselves with long days and weeks on the road, which…

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How Underride Guards Can Save Lives in Truck Accidents

Underride guards are protective pieces of equipment that are regularly installed on trucks of various sizes. While some trucking companies feel it is necessary to install the underride guards for safety reasons, others fail to install the life-saving gear. Underride guards are typically composed of a metal material. It is common to have them installed…

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What Other People Might Work on My Truck Accident Claim?

People who watch lawyers present evidence before juries and watch them make closing arguments are just seeing the end of the litigation process. Most truck accident cases are won or settled due to the work done at the beginning and middle stages of the lawyer’s representation. Plaintiff lawyers need to be skilled at understanding the…

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