Monthly Archives: December 2009

Truck Accident Weekly Roundup: December 22 – December 28

Consider this: A truck accident in, for example, Ohio may be complicated if the victim is from Florida, the truck driver is from Kansas, the truck is owned by a California company, the trailer owned by a Missouri company and … Continue reading

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Truck Accident Weekly Roundup: December 15 – December 21

State trucking laws vary, and the need for qualified truck accident attorneys to understand all facets of a particular litigation is imperative. I have handled numerous truck accidents throughout the United States, many of them similar to those noted below. … Continue reading

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Truck Accident Weekly Roundup: December 7 – December 14

Consider this: A truck accident in, for example, Ohio may be complicated if the victim is from Florida, the truck driver is from Kansas, the truck is owned by a California company, the trailer owned by a Missouri company and … Continue reading

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Truck Accident Weekly Roundup: November 30 – December 07

Trucking litigation is very document intensive and governed by hundreds of regulations. Given this, the need for qualified truck accident attorneys to understand all facets of litigation is important. I have handled numerous truck accidents throughout the United States, many … Continue reading

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Chairwoman of NTSB Calls for EOBRs in All Commercial Trucks

In a move I anticipated in my December 16, 2008 post, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) chairwoman Debbie Hersman recently stated that electronic onboard recorders (EOBRs) should be placed in all commercial trucks to monitor driver hours. Hersman made the … Continue reading

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A Follow-up Look at My Predictions for 2009

On December 16, 2008 I predicted some dramatic developments in areas such as truck accident fatality rates, government efforts to improve safety and other aspects of commercial trucking in our country http://blog.truckaccidents.com/my-new-years-transportation-predictions/.   Here is a look back at my … Continue reading

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