If you were in an accident with a commercial truck, could you be the victim of negligent employment practices?
What are the biggest hazards to watch out for on the road during the end of October and early November? A combination of seasonal factors can cause even professional drivers -- those with a commercial drivers license (CDL) handling the big rigs -- to easily get distracted or make a mistake.
You can't stop something from occurring if you don't know why it happens in the first place.
Truck accidents are common on the nation's highways -- but their capacity for devastation far outstrips that of an accident involving two ordinary-sized vehicles.
If you are one of the thousands of people injured in trucking accidents each year, you might be shaken and worried. Due to the sheer weight and force of commercial trucks, these accidents are likely to cause serious injuries and even death. Here is a brief overview of common injuries following big-rig collisions so you can understand your situation better.
Is the United States ready for driverless big rig trucks?
With more and more people shopping online throughout the year for everything from shoes to groceries, the delivery truck is a common sight in just about every neighborhood these days.
Four people are dead after a horrific two-vehicle crash along I-95 last month. The crash happened early morning, at approximately 4 a.m. in Colleton County, South Carolina. According to police, a vehicle carrying three children was hit by a semi truck while both vehicles were driving at high rates of speed along the interstate.