Oak Harbor Freight Lines is one of the oldest trucking companies in the Pacific Northwest. Established in 1915, they transport a wide variety of products,…Read More
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), 4,136 people died in truck-related crashes in 2018. That number alone justifies implementing technology that can…Read More
Electric vehicles are increasing in popularity and demand, and electric trucks are right around the corner. But even though these new vehicles may have some advantages,…Read More
Tacoma-based Interstate Distributor Company is one of the largest trucking companies in Washington, with more than 1,900 drivers and a fleet size bigger than 5,000 vehicles. If you or someone…Read More
Truckers Are Providing for Us During Coronavirus Outbreak, but the Industry Needs to Prioritize Safety
Truck drivers are keeping our nation safe and supplied during the COVID-19 global pandemic. But as the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration makes temporary adjustments to…Read More
In December 2019, a self-driving semi-truck developed by tech company Plus.ai successfully drove from California to Pennsylvania to deliver a load of butter. This marked…Read More
The Trucking Industry Could Roll Out Hair Drug Testing — Here’s Why That Matters Drug testing for drivers of large trucks is critical for keeping…Read More
J.B. Hunt is one of the largest trucking companies in the United States. The transportation giant ships everything from U.S. postal mail to livestock. Unfortunately,…Read More
About Seattle Truck Law, PLLC
Seattle Truck Law is a personal injury law firm that fights for clients who have been hurt in collisions with large trucks and buses. We also represent the families of victims who have lost their lives in these deadly wrecks. The firm serves clients in areas throughout Washington state, including Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane, and more. We also handle cases nationwide by working with the best local counsel.
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