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May 17, 2018

Cargo Spills and Falling Debris

By |May 17, 2018|Truck Accidents|0 Comments

When shipments spill from trucks, the debris creates dangers for the driver and every vehicle near the truck. A recent Tennessee truck spill, reported by News Channel 5, is just one example. The news station reported that paint thinner spilled from a pickup truck traveling on I-40. The chemical spilled when the truck rolled over. [...]

Apr 19, 2018

What Are Truck “No Zones”?

By |Apr 19, 2018|Truck Accidents|0 Comments

No-zones are blind spots. Cars, motorcycles, trucks, and pedestrians positioned in these spots can’t be seen by the truck driver – even with rear and side-view mirrors. If the truck driver doesn’t see you and doesn’t have a reason to anticipate you, then the driver is much more likely to collide with or even crush [...]

Apr 3, 2018

Major Safety Concerns about Self-Driving Vehicles after Uber Autonomous SUV Kills an Arizona Woman

By |Apr 3, 2018|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

The recent death of a woman pedestrian by an Uber autonomous SUV has sparked concern about the safety of self-driving vehicles. Just as companies are experimenting to address and fix safety issues, states are experimenting with how much they should regulate the tests and the technology itself. Manufacturers of these robotic cars driven by software, [...]

Mar 27, 2018

Why It’s Important to Investigate a Tractor-Trailer Accident As Soon as Possible after the Crash

By |Mar 27, 2018|Truck Accidents|0 Comments

The early investigation of a large truck accident can mean the difference between winning and losing a truck accident case. It can mean the difference between settling your claim and risking a jury trial. The sooner investigators speak to witness, examine the trucks, and inspect the accident site; the more likely it is that Nashville [...]