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Posted in Truck Accidents on March 17, 2021
The oil and gas industry persistently rises throughout West Virginia. While it has brought along many jobs and other benefits to our home state, the number of large trucks carrying machinery and water, among other resources, has also increased. Our large mountains, narrow roads, and back rural areas can make for a dangerous traveling experience…. read more
Posted in Truck Accidents on January 14, 2021
As with all drivers, truck drivers have many distractions behind the wheel, including mobile phones, radio, and navigation systems. Truck drivers spend hours at a time on the road, often over the course of several days. Truck drivers may do this to satisfy outrageous schedules or to reach financial goals. The longer a truck driver… read more
Posted in Truck Accidents on January 12, 2021
Living in north-central West Virginia, it’s almost impossible to avoid a tractor-trailer on interstates 79 & 68. It is no secret that tractor-trailer accidents are common. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,602 people die in large truck crashes with 67 percent of these fatalities were occupants of cars and other passenger cars. While… read more
Every year, trucking accidents injure and kill thousands of victims. Truck driver fatigue is one of the most common causes of trucking accidents in West Virginia. With long hours alone on the road and grueling work schedules, truck driver fatigue is a common problem among long-haul truckers. If you are a victim of truck driver… read more