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Can FMCSA’s New Rule Save Us from Impaired Commercial Drivers?

Posted On December 30, 2016 In Truck Accidents

Impaired commercial drivers cause bus and truck crashes every year. A new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rule will establish a database to identify commercial drivers with a history of drug or alcohol violations. If the rule and database are successful, it will close a loophole used by commercial drivers for many years. In continue reading

What Are Common Catastrophic Injuries Caused by Truck Accidents?

Posted On December 28, 2016 In Truck Accidents

Statistics released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) show 104,000 people were injured by truck accidents on American highways in 2012. Some of these people suffered permanent injuries that significantly decreased their quality of life. That is because semi-trucks and other commercial vehicles weigh many times that of a normal passenger car. In continue reading

Can Trucking Companies or Truckers Be Shut Down for Safety Violations?

Posted On December 7, 2016 In Truck Accidents

Not all trucking companies or commercial truckers are unsafe, but there are bad apples. Take for example the case of a Connecticut-based driver who crashed his truck while drunk and changing his pants. The trucker told police he had turned on the vehicle’s cruise control at 63 miles per hour, and then stood up to continue reading

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