What Is Negligent Hiring, and What Does It Mean for My Truck Accident Case? After a truck wreck, all eyes often turn to the driver…Read More
Understanding the Types of Damages in a Truck Accident Case An accident can come out of nowhere and stay with you the rest of your…Read More
Common Mistakes That Victims Make After a Truck Accident In the immediate wake of an accident with a large truck, victims are shaken, disoriented, and…Read More
The Most Dangerous Weekend for Driving Isn’t What You Think When drivers plan for the most dangerous weekends on the road, they probably think of…Read More
Trucking Companies, U.S. Government Fail to Protect Drivers From Rear-End Truck Wrecks One spring day in 2016 outside of West Terre Haute, IN, trucker Jeff…Read More
To solve the legitimate problem of the shortage of experienced truck drivers, the trucking industry is pushing for a new solution that could put many ordinary drivers at risk: teenaged truckers behind the wheel. But with fatal truck wrecks occurring at the highest rate in 29 years according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), is it wise to throw fuel on an already-growing fire by adding teen truck drivers into the mix?
In this article, we’ll talk about the potential implications of hiring teenagers to drive these massive, unpredictable vehicles and explain what you can do if you’ve been injured by an inexperienced or negligent truck driver.Read More
How Trucking Companies Cause Deadly Truck Accidents When a deadly truck wreck occurs, suspicious eyes usually fall on the truck driver. Were they speeding? Driving…Read More
About Seattle Truck Law, PLLC
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