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Commercial vehicle accidents easily prove fatal

Certain issues can cause drivers to need to pull off the roadway. In some cases, the issue may be so significant that they cannot wait until they find a parking lot or reach an interstate exit to pull off the road. Instead, they must simply stop on the shoulder. Unfortunately, this is not the safest places for drivers, and if other travelers do not give them room, stopped motorists could end up in commercial vehicle accidents.

Commercial vehicle accident claims life of pedestrian

Tractor-trailers travel on interstate highways, busy streets in towns and small local roads. As a result, a commercial vehicle accident could happen on any of these roadways. In some cases, the accidents do not involve multiple vehicles but could involve pedestrians.

Commercial vehicle accidents often lead to severe injuries

When a crash first takes place, it may not be immediately clear what exactly happened. However, after commercial vehicle accidents, it may be immediately apparent that serious injuries have resulted and help is needed right away. Unfortunately, accidents involving 18-wheelers are notorious for causing severe injuries.

Commercial vehicle accidents continue to happen too often

Many people on Louisiana roadways feel uncomfortable when driving next to tractor-trailers. After all, these large vehicles can make it difficult for drivers to see, and when commercial vehicle accidents occur, the outcomes are often catastrophic. As a result, it is important to use extra caution when around these vehicles.

Bus accident raises new questions about safety

Many people in Louisiana and around the country often ride a bus as their means of getting to and from school or work. In some cases, these buses are driven by entities managed by cities or municipal agencies. Other buses are owned and operated by independent companies. School districts also have their own network of buses and bus drivers. All people who hold licenses to operate these vehicles should be aware of how they can keep their passengers safe.

Multi-vehicle truck crash in LA kills one and injures others

Accidents involving large trucks can often be unpredictable. Sometimes, the occupants of smaller vehicles are lucky in a collision with a big rig and escape with minor injuries. In many other cases, however, those who are involved in truck crashes in Louisiana and elsewhere are seriously injured or killed. Numerous factors come into play, particularly the size, speed and difficulty in maneuverability of 18-wheelers.

Truck driver shortage may lead to accidents

Many people drive alongside tractor trailers on a daily basis. People rely on these massive vehicles, as they are a vital part of the American economy. Tractor trailers transport products throughout Louisiana and across the nation. Qualified truck drivers are needed to operate these large vehicles and ensure loads arrive at their destination safely and on time. The problem lies in the fact that a shortage of qualified truck drivers has not only led to a disruption of distribution schedules but an increase in commercial truck accidents as well. 

Facing big trucking companies

If you find yourself the victim of an injury due to a crash with a commercial vehicle, you would probably feel powerless. At Hale Law firm, we understand that the huge forces involved with these crashes can leave psychological and physical scars that may take a lifetime to recover from. We know that the last thing our clients need is to feel powerless again when they make their injury claims in Louisiana courts.

Does blind spot detection always work?

Thanks to advances in detection technology, an increasing number of large commercial vehicles are equipped with driver assistance devices like blind spot monitoring (BSM) systems. BSM sensors can alert a Lake Charles commercial truck driver that there is a vehicle in the truck’s blind spot so that the driver does not turn and collide with the vehicle. But BSMs, as helpful as they are, are not always effective.

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