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Category: Truck Accidents

Unfortunately, the legal landscape surrounding insurance claims can often be complex and frustrating, particularly when seeking recourse for damages incurred in accidents involving commercial vehicles. While one may be inclined to pursue legal action against an insurance company directly, the intricacies of the law dictate otherwise. In most cases, individuals … Continue reading

Texas Truck Accidents–Who is Responsible?

  Who is Responsible for a Trucking Accident? If you were injured a truck crash, where would you begin? Your injuries were the result of someone else’s negligence, but who’s responsible? Many people may assume the truck driver and/or trucking company would be liable. However, that is only the beginning … Continue reading

Fatal Rear-End Trucking Accidents

Rear-End Trucking Accidents The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute released a study with information on rear-end trucking accidents from 1994 to 1999. The data included crashes that occurred when a vehicle hit the back of a truck, as well as when … Continue reading

How You Can Help Prevent a Truck Accident

Vehicular accidents happen all the time, and most of us have been near vehicles that are driving erratically at some point in time. When that vehicle is a large tractor-trailer, however, any worries we might feel about the situation are increased exponentially. Large truck accidents can be extremely destructive, both … Continue reading

Trucking Companies in TX Won’t be Liable If Their Driver Hits You

Thousands of commercial trucks travel on Texas roads and highways every day. Unfortunately, this concentration of commercial activity makes Texas roads especially dangerous for motorists. Every year, nearly 600 people die and thousands more are injured in Texas truck accidents. When victims are injured due to the negligence of truck … Continue reading