Monthly Archives: October 2012

NYC Looks to Crossover Mirrors to Reduce Trucker Blind Spots

It’s been said that what begins in New York City will reach the rest of the country eventually. With that in mind, it’s fair to wonder how long before municipalities follow New York’s lead in mandating that commercial vehicles have … Continue reading

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Truck Stop Fitness Clubs Help Truckers Get Fit on Road Trips

Entrepreneurialism is alive and well in America. Where a need exists, an ambitious business owner with an idea isn’t far behind. We need healthier truck drivers, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Now a business-minded spirit has followed … Continue reading

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Why Connecting with Jury Members is Crucial during Closing Arguments

As a litigator, sometimes it’s easy to get lost in the legal minutiae that can dominate a trial. It’s important to remember that, in the end, every case is about people. Cases are about the people who have been injured … Continue reading

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GPS Devices Steering Truckers onto Roads Designed for Passenger-Vehicle Traffic

Remember the days of enormous road maps flopping and folding across your front seat? By now, those seem like days from a different lifetime. Nowadays, GPS-equipped, on-board mapping devices guide us around every corner, directing us from our driveways to … Continue reading

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CV Inspectors Urged to Seek Patterns of Safety Violations

Our front-line efforts to curb fatal truck crashes rest, in many ways, with commercial vehicle inspectors. The men and women who are charged with identifying safety deficiencies are our first wave of protection in preventing future commercial vehicle fatalities. Those … Continue reading

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