After you are involved in a car accident, you may receive a call from the other driver’s insurance company wanting to ask you questions about the accident. The first thing that you should know is that you are NOT legally required to answer these questions or even to...read more
Traffic accidents involving large trucks such as 18-wheelers (also known as tractor trailers or semi trucks) as well as other oversized vehicles such as dump trucks and delivery trucks often cause more damage and worse injuries than accidents only involving...read more
Accidents involving an 18-wheeler hitting a car or light truck are often much more complicated than other types of traffic accidents. That’s because there are many laws that apply exclusively to trucking companies and their drivers. As such, it’s important that you...read more
Large commercial trucks such as 18-wheelers cause some of the most devastating and deadly accidents in Louisiana as well as across the U.S. In order to help reduce the risk of trucking accidents, we’re offering motorists some safety tips – and also providing some...read more
18-wheelers are huge pieces of machinery that can be more than 70 feet long and weigh up to 80,000 pounds. On dry roads, they can chew up to 40 percent more pavement to come to a complete stop than a passenger car. They weigh more than 25 times the weight of a...read more
It is estimated that 500,000 semi-truck accidents occur each year. Five thousand of those accidents are fatal. Twelve percent of accidents involve a semi-truck. That is why it is important for you to know what to do if you are involved in a semi-truck accident. Report...read more
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