Who’s at Fault When Trucks Cause Accidents?

November 27, 2017

It’s wintertime and you’ve parked downhill from a group of semi-trucks. “No problem,” you tell yourself. “They’re the safest drivers on the roads. Nothing can happen to my car.” But, then you walk off to do some errands and return only to find one of the trucks had rolled downhill…
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Is a Trucking Company Liable for My Truck Accident?

February 23, 2017

Whether a truck company is liable for a trucking wreck will depend on the exact causes of the crash. While a lawyer at Warshauer-McLaughlin Law Group, P.C. can go over the facts of your case and provide you  with a precise answer regarding liability (and all of the at-fault parties),…
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When Equipment Defects Cause Truck Accidents

July 30, 2014

While many truck accidents are caused (at least in part) by drivers – either or both truck drivers and other motorists, in some collisions, faulty equipment on a truck may be to blame. When this is the case, injured people may be able to hold equipment manufacturers, trucking companies or…
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Ford Commercial Truck Recall Triggered by Transmission Problems

May 16, 2014

Ford has recently issued a recall on its F-Series commercial pick-up trucks due to reports of transmission problems that can trigger truck accidents. Issued on May 5, 2014, the Ford truck recall will reportedly affect nearly 4,000 vehicles in the U.S. and specifically will pertain to the transmission systems in…
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