Monthly Archives: November 2011

Truck Driver Error Main Factor in Large Truck Crashes

Terrifying truck accident statistics are anything but hard to find. Rolling out of research institutes, trucking associations, and the National Administration of Highway Safety, these statistics paint a very bleak picture of what truck accidents looks like today.

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Who – Besides the Truck Driver – Can Be Responsible for Your Truck Accident?

Immediately after a truck accident most people aren’t wondering where to place the blame, how they’ll pay for their medical bills, how they’ll repair or replace their car, or who is to blame for the truck accident. Once they do … Continue Reading

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Trucking Industry Lobbies Harder for Dangerous Trucking Legislation

The American Trucking Associations spent nearly $400,000 lobbying the United States federal government from April 2011 to June 2011. Increasing its three-month lobbying budget by nearly $100,000, the ATA used its considerable bulk to pressure the federal government to support … Continue Reading

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