Practice Area: Truck Accidents

U-Haul Truck Accidents

Across America, thousands of U-Haul accidents occur each and every year on the roads and highways throughout the United States. Moving is often viewed as one of the most stressful undertakings that an average adult faces. When a Connecticut resident

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Types Of Trucks

The severity of injuries and property damage experienced by accident victims can be a direct result of the type of truck involved in the collision. Specific types of trucks are often more prone to a particular type of accident than

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Types Of Truck Accidents

The following are common types of truck accidents. Most involve some combination of trucker negligence, insufficient truck maintenance or maneuverability issues on roads shared with cars and other vehicles. Jackknife truck accident: In a jackknife accident, the tractor and trailer

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Truck Driver Safety Tips

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that commercial trucks were involved in more than 200,000 traffic crashes in 2010. Of the people injured in multi-vehicle crashes that involved large trucks, 73% were occupants of other vehicles. In addition, accidents

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Commercial Vehicle Insurance Issues

Truck accident cases can be very complex to handle. That is why it is important to consult with a Connecticut truck accident attorney following a collision. Accident victims should seek legal guidance from an attorney who is well-versed in commercial

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Causes Of Truck Accidents

There are few things more intimidating than driving a passenger vehicle on the highway and seeing a commercial truck appear suddenly in your rearview mirror or speeding up to pass you. These massive vehicles can weigh as much as 80,000

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U.S. Postal Truck Crashes

The United States Postal Service delivered more than 160 billion pieces of mail last year. With enormous numbers like this, it comes with little surprise that the company employs 551,570 people, in 35,756 retail offices, using 213,881 USPS vehicles. While

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Tow Trucks

The United States Department of Transportation estimates that more than 500,000 truck accidents occur every year, while more than 75% of these accidents are caused by the driver of the passenger vehicle. A tow truck is used to transport vehicles

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Tanker Truck Accident

Commonly seen on roads and highways in the United States, tanker or tank trucks are most often used to carry and transport massive amounts of liquids. While any collision with a large truck is certainly dangerous, tanker crashes present an

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RV Accidents

The recreational vehicle (RV) industry has long been around, and since the early 1920s people have used these types of vehicles to travel all around the country. Driving a recreational vehicle does not require any special licensing or training which

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