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When the Truck Driver Isn’t Negligent but the Company or Manufacturer Is

Truck accidents are often attributed to driver negligence, but what happens when the fault lies elsewhere? Many devastating truck accidents in Florida occur not because of driver error but due to negligence by the trucking company or the manufacturer. These incidents can be just as tragic and complex, leaving victims… Continue reading When the Truck Driver Isn’t Negligent but the Company or Manufacturer Is

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Truck Tire Blowout in Florida: Who’s Liable?

Sunny Florida roads are full of trucks delivering goods and services. But what happens when a truck tire blows out in Florida, causing an accident? Who’s responsible for the damages and injuries? What are your rights? How will you get the compensation you deserve? At Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum Bluestein, LLP… Continue reading Truck Tire Blowout in Florida: Who’s Liable?

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Common Types of Fatal Truck Accidents

Any type of collision between a large commercial vehicle and a smaller passenger car has the potential to result in serious and sometimes deadly injuries. There are, however, certain types of truck accidents that are notorious for having particularly devastating consequences. Read on to learn more about the most common… Continue reading Common Types of Fatal Truck Accidents

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How Electronic Logging Devices Can Affect Your Truck Accident Case

Commercial trucks play a critical role in interstate commerce, transporting everything from food items and household goods to gasoline and construction equipment across the nation. However, they also pose a very real risk to others on the road, as these trucks weigh upwards of 80,000 pounds and often carry dangerous… Continue reading How Electronic Logging Devices Can Affect Your Truck Accident Case

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The Dangers of Overloading a Commercial Vehicle

Commercial vehicles, like semi-trucks, pose an enormous risk to others on the road, simply because they are so tall, wide, and heavy. Recognizing how dangerous these kinds of vehicles are in the event of a truck accident, federal regulators actually limit how much commercial trucks can weigh. Semi-trucks, for example,… Continue reading The Dangers of Overloading a Commercial Vehicle

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Building a Case Against a Negligent Trucking Company

Accident victims whose losses exceed their own insurance coverage are often forced to file either an insurance claim, a personal injury lawsuit, or both against the person or company responsible for the crash. When it comes to truck accidents, the at-fault party often proves to be not only the truck… Continue reading Building a Case Against a Negligent Trucking Company

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