Proving a Truck Driver Caused an Accident

Truck Accidents

Proving a Truck Driver Caused an Accident

When a truck driver causes an accident, that driver may refuse to take the blame for the events that transpired causing frustration for other drivers that may have been involved. The truck driver could attempt to put the blame on one of the other drivers who were on the road at the time or might…

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Gwinnett CID Aims to Improve Freight Movement Along I-85

Working or living outside the Atlanta perimeter (“OTP”) can be a huge traffic nightmare for those of us who travel along its congested roadways. However, a new study is in the works that could relieve some of this traffic and air pollution in the future. The Gateway85 Gwinnett Community Improvement District, or CID, works to…

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28 Semis and Cars Involved in Fiery Collision Outside Denver

On Friday, April 26, four tractor-trailers and 24 passenger cars were involved in a collision on I-70 in Lakewood, Colorado. The multi-vehicle collision left six injured, including a fire fighter, four people dead, and caused damage to the road and to the Denver West Parkway bridge. At this time, the crash is still being investigated,…

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Defective Brakes in Commercial Trucks and Assigning Liability

A common reason for commercial truck crashes is equipment failure, with brake failure standing apart as the leading cause of mechanically related truck accidents. The Large Truck Causation Study (LTCCS), issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), included data collected on fatal commercial motor vehicle (CMV) crashes over a period of several years.…

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Four Tractor-Trailers Have Crashed on I-285 in DeKalb County

At least eight vehicles – four of them tractor-trailers – are involved in a DeKalb County crash that has shut down all lanes of I-285 North. AJC.com reports “the [WSB-TV 2] Traffic Center helicopter saw someone being extricated from a vehicle and put onto a stretcher.” According to WSB’s latest update, “NewsChopper 2 over the…

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The Future of Autonomous Vehicles? Trucking and Freight.

The race to get autonomous vehicles on the road has been heating up over the past several years. Of particular interest is how autonomous vehicles may shape the future of the trucking and freight industry. Truck fleet owners, drivers and industry experts are keeping a close eye on the latest self-driving technologies and are amazed…

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Who Is Responsible for a Trucking/Tractor Trailer Accident? 

 When there’s been an accident involving a tractor trailer or a heavy truck, there’s often multiple theories of liability that can be pursued. The first is against the driver of the tractor trailer or truck, if they did something inappropriately. Perhaps they were driving carelessly or following too closely, or they were driving and…

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Negligence on the Part of Truck Drivers and Trucking Companies

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reports that a typical big rig truck has a weight 20 to 30 times greater than the typical passenger vehicle. A truck of this size and weight, fully loaded, and traveling at a typical, safe highway speed in normal weather conditions requires nearly two football fields to come…

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