Monthly Archives: January 2013

Who will be Secretary LaHood’s replacement?

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced his resignation from President Obama’s Cabinet earlier this week. LaHood will be remembered largely for advances in airline safety and consumer rights, such as introducing new pilot fatigue guidelines and imposing fines for passengers stuck … Continue reading

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Seeking Uniform Regulations for Oversize/Overweight Trucks

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) is in the process of reviewing and attempting to standardize state regulations for oversize/overweight trucking loads. In November 2012, AASHTO passed a resolution to review regulations concerning escorts for oversize … Continue reading

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Anti-Indemnification Laws Aim to Hold At-Fault Parties Responsible

Put in the simplest terms, trying truck accident cases – or any personal injury legal matter, for that matter – is about holding an at-fault person or entity responsible for their negligence. With that in mind, we were proud to … Continue reading

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High-Tech Gadgets Help Truckers Comply with HOS Regulations

Similar to how companies like Apple long ago put our music collections on our cell phones, other tech-based businesses have made huge strides in simplifying life for truck drivers and the carriers that monitor their driving patterns. GPS technology has … Continue reading

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