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Category Archives: Truck Accident

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Understanding Truck Blind Spots

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According to the IIHS, a total of 4,119 people died in truck accidents in 2019 alone. 16% of the deaths were truck drivers and occupants, 15% were motorcyclists, pedestrians, or bicyclists, and 67% were passenger vehicles occupants. Some of these accidents happen because of negligence on the part of truck drivers, trucking companies, and… Read More »

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Five Costly Mistakes You Need To Avoid After A Florida Truck Accident

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Fortunately, if you suffer injuries in a Florida truck accident because of another party’s negligence, you may be eligible for compensation. However, to ensure you recover your compensation after a truck accident, you must avoid making certain mistakes. Below, we have highlighted five errors that could make it difficult for you to recover compensation… Read More »

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Truck Accident FAQs

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If you suffered a personal injury or lost a loved one in a Florida truck accident, you are likely feeling overwhelmed. You probably have a lot of questions that you would like answered. In this article, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions about Florida truck accidents in the hope that it… Read More »

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How Passenger Vehicle Drivers Can Avoid Large Truck Accidents

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According to the NHTSA, more than 5,000 people died in accidents involving large trucks in 2019. More than 70% of the people killed in large-truck crashes in 2019 were occupants of other vehicles, mainly passenger vehicle occupants. This is primarily because a smaller, lighter car provides little protection than a bigger, heavier vehicle, assuming… Read More »

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Critical Evidence For Truck Accident Cases

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Truck accidents can be devastating, especially for passenger vehicle occupants. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, most deaths in truck accidents are passenger vehicle occupants. Because trucks are bigger than passenger vehicles, they almost always cause more destruction to passenger vehicles than the destruction that occurs when two passenger vehicles get involved… Read More »

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Truck Accidents Caused By Cargo Shift

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According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, cargo shift causes about 4% of all truck accidents. However, even though cargo shifts are not the most common cause of truck accidents, it is crucial to note that it has the highest (56.3) “relative risk” compared to any other factors that cause truck accidents. This… Read More »

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Have You Been Injured In An Overturned Trucking Accident?

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Overturned and roll-over truck accidents can be among the most dangerous. When you consider the size and weight of semi-trucks in comparison to standard passenger vehicles, it’s not hard to understand why. A semi-truck can weigh up to 80,000 pounds, while most standard passenger vehicles weigh under 6,000 pounds. A collision between vehicles of… Read More »

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3 Ways To Avoid Semi-Truck Accidents

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It can be hard to avoid semi-trucks on the road. In fact, there are more semi- and commercial trucks on the road now than there have ever been. Over 70% of all products nationally are now delivered via truck, so it’s no surprise that the highways are full of them. Having more trucks on… Read More »

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