Truck Accidents

While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all segments of the U.S. economy, among those struggling the most right now are so-called “essential workers.” This is particularly true of commercial truck drivers, who have to keep up their delivery schedules so grocery stores stay stocked, gas stations have fuel, pharmacies…

More than two people were killed every day in red light running collisions, according to a recent AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study. The number of fatalities in these crashes hit a 10-year high in 2017. The 939 deaths caused by red light running 2017 marked a 31% increase from…

Some highways in Virginia have become more dangerous due to equipment designed to make them safer. Metal road reflectors are coming loose and striking drivers’ windshields. These raised pavement markers, or RPMs, are expected to remain embedded for 10 years. The reflectors are intended to help keep drivers in their…

The American Trucking Association (ATA) has warned that the industry may face a shortage of 175,000 drivers by 2024 if current trends continue. As demand for drivers to transport goods and materials continues to increase, the industry may need to hire almost 900,000 drivers over the next decade. This shortage…

The immediate aftermath of a car accident can be disorienting for the drivers and passengers involved. Unfortunately, this short period is also the most critical for collecting vital information that will help with insurance and injury claims later on. If specific information is not collected right away, it could be…