Bryan Pope

Should Teens Be Allowed to Drive Big Rigs Across State Lines?

A bill currently under review in the U.S. House of Representatives would allow truck drivers under age 21 to transport goods across state lines. Proponents say the measure would solve the industry’s driver shortage, but skeptics say it is irresponsible, […]

Page Graves

Medical Providers’ Collection Lawsuits Against Michigan No-Fault Auto Insurers Remains Valid With A Patient Assignment

On May 8, 2018, the Michigan Court of Appeals issued a binding decision in Shah, et al v State Farm Ins Co, ___ Mich App ___ (2018).  This is the first post Covenant v State Farm Ins Co, case that […]

Thomas Greer

Tractor-Trailer Crash on I-40 Memphis Kills Two

Authorities identified a man from Kentucky, Logan Insko, and a woman from Quebec, Sylvie Corriveau, as the two people killed in a crash on Interstate 40 on Saturday, April 28, 2018.  Initial reports suggest that the multi-car collision began when […]

Brett Emison

Alarming Increase in Injuries from Trucking Crashes

The number of injuries from trucking crashes is alarming but, considering the pressure put on drivers by trucking companies, shippers, and brokers, the increase in trucking crash injuries is not all that surprising. From 2009 to 2016, truck crash injuries […]

Steven J. Klearman

Could “Virtually Trained” Truckers Make Our Roads Safer?

Trucker fatalities accounted for nearly 40 percent of all worker deaths in 2016, and several trucking companies are launching virtual reality (VR) training simulations to increase safety for both drivers and the public. For companies with large fleets of trucks, […]

Eric Washburn

Norfolk Truck Accident Attorney Discusses Truck Driver Issues in Crashes

There are many reasons why tractor-trailer accidents occur. Unfortunately, the majority of these crashes result in deaths. For those victims who do survive, injuries are often catastrophic ones, leaving permanent injuries and disabilities for the victim and their families to […]

Randy Appleton

Mother and Son Die in Dump Track Crash

North Carolina State Troopers identified a woman and her seven year old son who died March3 in a dump truck crash in Lenoir County. The 29 year old woman and her son were in a car that was struck head […]

Randy Appleton

Truck Driver Sleep Apnea and the Dangers of Fatigued Driving Crashes

One of the most common factors in commercial truck accidents is driver fatigue. These crashes are happening at an alarming rate, despite federal regulations that limit the number of hours a driver can be on the road. One of the […]

Mike Bryant

Who Might Be Liable for Damages After Truck Accident in Minnesota?

To give your claim the best chance of success, your truck accident attorney will conduct a thorough investigation to identify all potentially liable parties. Depending on the cause of your wreck, one or more of the following parties may be […]

Mike Bryant

Who Might Be Liable for Damages After Truck Accident in Minnesota?

Semi-trucks are up to 30 times heavier than passenger vehicles, so an accident involving a big rig is likely to result in catastrophic injuries. Medical bills, lost wages, and vehicle repairs can add up quickly, but if your collision was […]