Lubbock Truck Accident Attorneys

Self-Driving Trucks Will Soon Hit Texas Roads

Self-driving vehicles have been in the works for several years. While some vehicles now offer autopilot functionality, the feature has yet to be rolled out across all car manufacturers. As self-driving large trucks and 18-wheelers slowly begin to roll out in Texas and New Mexico, how these new autonomous vehicles will affect drivers across the…

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Fatal Trucking Crashes

Texas Has Highest Number of Fatal Trucking Crashes

Trucking plays a major role in the economies of both Texas and the United States. Many trucks in America are responsible for freight movement over land and are major tools used in manufacturing transportation and in warehousing. Though the transportation industry is vital for many different business practices, accidents involving large trucks happen more often…

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Though we were taught to drive cautiously and defensively while on the road, many driving school lessons failed to cover safety procedures and best practices when it comes to driving near large trucks.

Spoliation and Your Trucking Accident

Trucker Gets Prison Time For Watching Football While Driving

Across the United States, we’ve seen the devastation just one act of distracted driving can cause in a variety of scenarios, ranging from putting makeup on in the car, to eating while driving, to, of course, the prevalent act of texting and driving. While these are frightening behaviors drivers know should be stopped immediately, would…

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The Dangers of Overloaded Trucks

Large trucks are crucial to our economy and the transportation industry. Nearly all products are shipped on large trucks for part of their journey from the manufacturer to the consumer. While large trucks are crucial and helpful, they also pose serious risks to other motorists, particularly if a truck is overloaded.

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Poor Training

How Does Poor Training Lead to Truck Accidents?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requires truck drivers to complete special training in order to receive a commercial driver’s license or CDL. This training aims to reduce the number and severity of truck accidents by instructing commercial drivers in proper driving techniques and safety measures. While most drivers are properly trained, as with any…

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18 Wheeler Accident Injuries

Common 18 Wheeler Accident Injuries

Based on the size difference alone, whenever there is an accident involving a large tractor-trailer and any type of passenger vehicle, whether it’s a car, pickup truck, or SUV, it’s likely that someone in the smaller vehicle will be injured, usually severely, and many of those injuries can be life-threatening. 18 wheeler accident injuries can include some of the deadliest motor vehicle accident damages possible. If you have suffered an injured or someone you care about has been killed by a big truck on our Texas roadways, you should speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer.

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truck tire blowout accidents

Truck Tire Blowout Accidents in Texas

If you spend a significant amount of time driving around Texas highways, it’s almost a given that you have seen numerous signs of big truck tire blowout accidents. In most cases, you’ll see large pieces of black rubber on or alongside the road and they can sometimes be positioned in the road in a way that creates a danger for other vehicles on the road.

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