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Truck Accidents

How Long Does It Take to Resolve a Truck Accident Case?

Collisions involving semi-trucks or other large commercial vehicles can be devastating, both to the actual vehicles and to the people inside them. Most often in these types of truck accidents, the passenger vehicle and its occupants suffer the most damage. If you are in an accident with a commercial truck and believe the driver of that vehicle to be responsible, you have the right to...
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Truck Accident Lawyers for Victims of Catastrophic Injuries

There is nothing more dangerous on our roadways than an 80,000-pound tractor trailer truck driven by a driver who is unfit or fatigued. When an accident happens between a passenger vehicle and a semi-truck, the injuries sustained can be catastrophic or fatal. Having a lawyer who is experienced in transportation cases is tantamount to helping you fight for fair compensation for a serious injury or...
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In Truck Accidents, the Driver May Not Be the Only One Responsible

There are many ways a commercial truck accident differs from crashes that only involve two passenger vehicles. The size of commercial trucks, the amount of damage they can cause, and the way a personal injury claim gets handled all differ vastly from car accidents, which is why truck accident litigation is a field unto itself. If you are considering filing a personal injury claim after...
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Critical Evidence For Truck Crash Cases

Truck accidents are incredibly devastating events that often result in extensive physical, emotional, and financial damage for the other drivers involved. Because of their size, commercial trucking vehicles almost always cause more destruction than typically occurs when two passenger vehicles crash. A significant number of fatalities also result from truck accidents. In 2018, the most recent year for data, 5,096 large trucks and buses were...
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What to Know About Truck Drivers and Substance Abuse

Commercial truck drivers play a crucial role in the American economy, transporting countless goods across state lines every day of the year. It is estimated that there are currently 1.7 million long-haul truck drivers in the U.S. However, long hours, boredom, and isolating circumstances are daily realities for truck drivers and make them highly susceptible to the dangers of substance abuse and addiction. American Addiction...
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