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The Dangers of Overloaded Trucks & 18-Wheelers

If highways are America’s blood vessels, then trucks are the cells carrying oxygen all over the nation. Products, equipment, food, and supplies all travel by truck to warehouses, stores, and factories from Alaska to Florida, from Maine to California. The nature of trucking ...

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  • The Dangers of Overloaded Trucks & 18-Wheelers

    If highways are America’s blood vessels, then trucks are the cells carrying oxygen all over the nation. Products, equipment, food, and supplies all ...

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  • What You Can Claim with a Louisiana Truck Accident Attorney

    After a truck accident, many people make the mistake of handling their accident claim alone. This is understandable—accidents are financially ...

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  • Financial Stress Makes Trucking More Dangerous, But Things May Change

    In the past, we’ve discussed how low wages lead to unsafe driving in the trucking industry. This post was a direct response to a stretch of U.S. Route ...

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  • The Most Permanent Injuries Caused by Truck Accidents

    Accidents involving large trucks frequently destroy lives in ways that are permanent and affect entire families. Semi-trucks are some of the dangerous ...

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  • Low Pay, Tired Drivers, & Why Louisiana Roads Are Among the Worst in the Nation

    The most dangerous highway in Louisiana runs straight through the heart of New Orleans. U.S. Route 90 was recently labeled Louisiana’s deadliest road ...

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