Untreated medical conditions can cause serious truck accidents

When you’re commuting to work, a social gathering, or simply running an errand, the other motorists on the road are driving safely, right? Probably not. At least not all of them. Far too many motorists are distracted, drowsy, or drunk. This can leave you susceptible to being involved in a serious motor vehicle accident that […]

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Multiple large vehicles involved in truck accident in Wisconsin

Many trucking accidents that occur in Wisconsin involve a large truck hitting a passenger vehicle. However, sometimes these accidents involve multiple large trucks, which seem to have been the case in a multi-vehicle accident that occurred in Washington County recently. According to the reports, the series of collisions occurred on Interstate 41 near a construction […]

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What are some common causes of truck accidents?

Large trucks, such as semi-trucks and delivery trucks, are a common sight on the roads throughout America, including Wisconsin. Unfortunately, that also means that truck accidents are common as well. The difference between truck accidents and accidents that involve only passenger vehicles is that, although the risk of injury exists in both, the risk of […]

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Consider all your options after a truck accident

Semi-trucks are a common sight in Oshkosh and all over Wisconsin. However, driving near a semi-truck can be a white-knuckle experience for some. This is because, no matter how carefully one drives, a distracted, drowsy, inexperienced or intoxicated trucker could slam into their vehicle. And, given the sheer size disparity between a semi-truck and a […]

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Drowsy driving can lead to trucking accidents

Most people in Wisconsin take pride in a hard day’s work, and truck drivers are no exception. Moreover, they may have a financial incentive to make as many deliveries as possible as quickly as possible. This could lead them to try to spend as many hours on the road as they can, even if doing […]

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What could be the underlying cause of your truck accident injury?

Finding answers to tough questions in uncharted territory can be scary and intimidating. However, finding those answers can be very rewarding and worth the trouble. Same can be said of seeking answers when you or a loved one has suffered a truck accident injury. These truck accidents can happen in the blink of an eye […]

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Charges filed months after cyclist’s death

When it comes to car and truck-related fatalities, sometimes, the initial situation isn’t what it appears. This is true for the family of a Wisconsin woman who was struck and killed by a linen truck accident while out for a 60 mile bike ride in the afternoon in summer of 2017. In somewhat of a […]

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What is the purpose of hours of service regulations?

Just like drivers of small personal vehicles, drivers of large trucks and semis get tired when they have been operating their rigs for too long. Wisconsin residents may have seen rows of big rigs lined up along the highway or at road stops when the night sets in and many are too exhausted to keep […]

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Preventing trucking accidents through regulations

Hours of service regulations apply to certain truck and commercial vehicle drivers. These regulations are in place to prevent exhausted drivers from getting behind the wheels of their rigs and putting themselves and others in harm’s way through their exhausted operating actions. Wisconsin residents have suffered harm when tired truck drivers allow their rigs to […]

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Reasons that truck accidents occur

Large trucks and other commercial vehicles play an important role in the movement of goods through Wisconsin’s stream of commerce. They are often seen charging down the highways and interstates of the region, loaded down with the products that individuals want and need in their homes. In fact, they are so common throughout the nation […]

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