Monthly Archives: September 2011

Tired Truckers Often Cause Truck Accidents

Overtired truck drivers are one of the major causes of truck accidents on our streets and highways. As truck accident attorneys, Garcia, Artigliere & Shadrack have handled many truck accident cases in which overtired truckers resulted in truck accidents and … Continue Reading

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Unsafe Mexican Trucks Entering U.S. Pose Great Risk to Unsuspecting Motorists

After years of controversy and dispute, the United States recently reached a landmark agreement with Mexico that will allow Mexican truck drivers to deliver goods anywhere within the U.S. Signed in Mexico City by representatives of the U.S. and Mexican … Continue Reading

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Stability Control Systems to Be Required on Tractor Trailer Trucks

In the latest attempt to keep roads safe for motorists, the National Highway Transportation and Safety Agency is currently awaiting approval on a proposed bill to require stability control systems on tractors. Responsible for 304 deaths and 2,738 injuries a … Continue Reading

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