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Truck Accidents

Large trucks, including tractor-trailers and big rigs, regularly operate on highways and other roadways located throughout the state of Georgia. According to statistics provided by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), these vehicles can weigh up to 80,000 pounds when they are fully loaded with cargo and operating on…

Motor vehicle collisions that involve tow trucks can occur for many different reasons. In some instances, the operator of the tow truck may be solely responsible for the accident. However, other individuals and entities may potentially share in the responsibility for a tow truck accident. If you were injured in…

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), which is the agency responsible for regulating the trucking industry, estimates well over 100,000 truck accidents resulting in injury each year on the nation’s interstates, highways, and byways. This includes almost 5,000 fatal truck crashes. A semi-truck, when fully loaded, can weigh up…

Large commercial trucks speeding down the interstate or the highway are an unfortunately common sight throughout Georgia and the rest of the United States. While many of us have been known to drive a few miles per hour over the posted speed limit, it’s against the law, and it puts…

The law generally holds truck drivers to a higher standard of care than regular motor vehicle drivers. This is because the drivers of large trucks, including tractor-trailers and big rigs, drive professionally. They must pass more stringent driving tests than other motor vehicle drivers and must normally obtain a special…

Commercial truck driving can be an enjoyable and lucrative career. Truck drivers get to see the world, make a competitive salary, and do not have to spend their days sitting in an office. However, truck driving is also a highly dangerous job due to the many risks of being on…

The Atlanta area received more than 52 inches of rainfall in 2017 and an average of 49.71 inches each year for the past 30 years. Rain can surprise us at any time in Georgia, and it is important to always prepare for a sudden storm. This includes understanding how to…

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