Archive for May, 2016

New York City Crane Collapse Underscores Importance of Crane Safety

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

On a historic Manhattan street located approximately 10 blocks to the north of the World Trade Center, a 565-foot long crane came tumbling down during Friday morning commute hours recently. One pedestrian was killed by the crane, which had collapsed. A row of parked vehicles was also crushed when the crane collapsed. In this particular […]

Beaufort Truck Accidents Often Involve Underride- But New Rules Could Change That

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Underride accidents are among the most deadly of all truck accidents which occur in the United States. There are regulations requiring the use of underride guards to try to prevent these serious and often fatal truck crashes. The regulations, unfortunately, are inadequate and are not making a substantial difference in preventing tragedy. There could, however, be […]

Federal Agencies Need to Do More to Prevent Fort Worth Truck Accidents

Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Every truck driver and trucking company has a responsibility to prevent truck accidents in Fort Worth. Truckers should exercise reasonable precautions and drive safely, while trucking companies should be careful in their hiring practices.  Although individual drivers and trucking companies have a big role to play in preventing truck accidents, there are others who need […]

Wichita Truckers Need to Remove Snow to Prevent Truck Accidents

Saturday, May 21st, 2016

Long-haul truck drivers may encounter snow and ice in many states they travel across over the course of the winter. Penske warns truckers they need to be aware there are different rules for snow and ice removal across different states. Truckers from warmer-weather locations, in particular, need to be aware they may be getting new […]

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