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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

I-5 Closed after a Cheesy Crash

News of road accidents can be troubling, upsetting and, perhaps, intriguing, but we’re not sure we’ve ever described an accident as cheesy before. Of course, this isn’t cheesy like your massive grin in the countless selfies you take when out and about with friends, but cheesy as in covered, literally, in actual cheese. Unlikely and...
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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

A FedEx Truck Crashes into a Hotel. Who Can Be Held Liable?

Driving is a very convenient way to get to and from home, work, shopping, hobbies and everything in between, but you’re sure to be familiar with the devastation that can result from road accidents. Car accidents can be bad enough, but when a truck driver loses control, the consequences can be even more widespread and...
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Friday, October 27, 2017

Dangers of Trucks on Riverside Freeways: Scary Statistics

Driving next to a truck can be a scary experience when you’re driving a car resembling a mouse trying to survive a life-threatening encounter with the elephant-like truck. In fact, you can literally feel the hairs on the back of your neck stand up in the moments like this. And staying alert when driving next...
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Friday, October 13, 2017

Truck Drivers With Limited Experience Are a Major Cause of Truck Accidents

If you live in California or anywhere in the U.S., you’ve probably heard countless radio ads from trucking companies looking to hire new drivers. There are currently more than 3.5 million truck drivers employed in the U.S. trucking industry. And while that may seem like a lot, the number of truck drivers in our nation...
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Monday, September 25, 2017

How to Make A Truck Company and Driver Pay for a Truck Accident?

Truck drivers spend sleepless nights transporting a staggering 80% of all cargo in America. A whopping 3.5 million drivers are employed in the U.S. trucking industry to transport stuff from point A to point B. That means millions of trucks are on the road hauling heavy cargos all across the country. That means millions of...
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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Filing a lawsuit because of injuries related to vehicle defects

If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident and have reason to believe that defects in a car, truck or other vehicle contributed to the accident or the injuries sustained, then you might be able to file a lawsuit for a motor vehicle defect claim. These types of lawsuits differ slightly from typical personal...
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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Summer heat poses a threat to truck drivers and others

As with any extreme weather conditions, hot weather poses its own unique challenges to truck drivers. As a result, it can potentially be a dangerous time of year for truck drivers and others on the roads as well. One of the things that can result from extremely hot weather is a blown tire. As the...
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Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Truck crash kills two on Interstate 5

Most people want to be good drivers. They understand that driving a motor vehicle can be dangerous and that they should stay alert and focused driving when they are behind the wheel. However, driving long stretches of highway in California can be dull. It may be so boring that it lulls the mind into something...
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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Hours of service rules: obscure, but important for highway safety

Highway safety is an important issue in California. With hundreds of thousands of miles of road across the state serving more than 38 million people and 24 million licensed drivers, issues like distracted driving, vehicle safety equipment and road design and maintenance all can literally be the difference between life and death. The regulation of...
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