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Truck Accidents

A Decade of Semitruck Data

November 8, 2022
Carolyn Franks // Shutterstock Midwestern roadways are at the epicenter of a 26,000-pound public health hazard that's grown over the last decade. Semitrucks have been involved in an increasing number of fatal injuries on U.S. roadways since 2011, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. A column of states spanning from Texas to...
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Signs of Truck Driver Fatigue

October 30, 2020
Preventable truck accidents take thousands of lives in the US every year. In 2018 alone, 4,862 trucks were involved in fatal traffic collisions, according to data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). Truck driver fatigue is a significant cause of catastrophic and fatal trucking accidents. Fatigue refers to extreme tiredness or exhaustion...
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Colorado Trucking Regulations

August 30, 2019
The State of Colorado takes the safety of its commercial trucking industry seriously. State lawmakers have enacted multiple rules, restrictions and requirements to help improve truck safety and decrease the risk of accidents. In addition to Colorado’s trucking regulations, truckers and truck companies must also obey national rules under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety...
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Types of Trucking Accidents

August 30, 2019
The commercial trucking industry can pose significant threats to others in terms of traffic accidents. Negligent, careless and irresponsible truck drivers could cause serious and deadly collisions in Colorado. In 2017, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reported 4,237 fatal crashes and 344,000 injury crashes involving large trucks in the U.S. The catastrophic...
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FMCSA Violations That Can Lead to a Trucking Accident

August 28, 2019
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is the organization responsible for overseeing the trucking industry in America. Efforts to increase the safety of commercial trucking via the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999 created the FMCSA. It is the authority in charge of creating safety programs, researching traffic accidents and patrolling motor...
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