We’ve put together some useful resources for those who have had their life impacted by a truck wreck or who know someone who has:
Commercial Truck Crashes Aren’t Accidents
Our attorneys firmly believe that commercial motor vehicle crashes are not accidents and that the term “accidents” does not apply. Trucking collisions are preventable and when they occur, someone should be held liable. Learn more about our beliefs and why we believe in them so strongly.
What to Do After a Crash
Here you’ll find a checklist of everything you should do after being involved in a truck wreck. These tips can be useful to ensure everyone gets the medical care they need and to make sure the first steps of a successful investigation can happen.
The Importance of Board Certification
At Trucking Injury Law Group, we’re proud to have an attorney on our team who is NBTA board certified. What does that mean? We go into details here.
Help for Survivors and Families
We have put together a list of some useful tips and information for truck crash survivors and families of those involved in a wreck. This information can be useful regardless of when the collision happened. Recovery isn’t something you can always put a time stamp on.
Here you’ll find a concise list of the different types of recoverable compensation after a truck accident. Determining what compensation is available and why is often quite complex.
Driving Safely Near Trucks
We have created a list of useful tips for driving safely around commercial trucks to anyone who’s interested in learning how to best avoid collisions or simply become a better driver. Truckers have to contend with more blind spots than drivers of passenger vehicles.
We have put together basic lists of many common trucking regulations, both on a federal level and in the states we practice in. These regulations apply in many cases.
- Federal trucking regulations
- Idaho trucking regulations
- Nevada trucking regulations
- Oregon trucking regulations
- Washington trucking regulations
Here you’ll find a list of the CDL manuals that truckers must adhere to and follow for most U.S. states.