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Work Injuries

When Trucking Companies Can Be Held Responsible for an Accident

Motor carriers are required to abide by various laws, rules and regulations in order to minimize the risk that their commercial trucks and drivers will be involved in accidents. All too often, however, these trucking companies fail to live up...

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Injured on the Job While Driving a Truck? 6 Key Reasons to Speak with a Lawyer

Truckers who are hurt in work-related accidents can have various options for seeking financial recovery. While it can be difficult to know where to turn in the aftermath of these accidents, simply talking to an attorney during a free, no...

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Pasadena Plant Explosion Injures 21, Lawsuit Already Filed against Plant Owner

On Saturday May 19th at around 10:43 a.m., an explosion and flash fire at the Kuraray America EVAL™ Plant near Houston injured at least 21 workers.1 According to the latest reports, the explosion and fire occurred in an insulation tower...

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Medical Examination Certifications:  What Truckers Should & Should Not Do in These Exams

Truck drivers are required to undergo medical examination certifications (MECs) when applying for commercial drivers’ licenses (CDLs) and every two years thereafter to maintain their CDLs. These MECs are focused on identifying any health issues or impairments that may prevent...

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