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Truck Accident Lawyer
Texas Attorney for Truck Accidents in Galveston County
Truck Accident Lawyer servicing the Galveston, League City, Corpus Christi, Texas City, Angleton, Baytown, Beaumont, La Porte, Eagle Ford Shale, and Pearland, TX areas. Contact our Truck Accident Attorney at 713-829-4317.
Statistics on Truck Accidents
Representing Injury Victims Following Truck Crashes
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Destruction of Passenger Vehicles in A Texas Truck Accident
Lawyer for Truck Accident & Truck Injury
Our Truck Accident Lawyer wants you to know that the trucking industry is regulated by both federal and state laws. The federal regulations have to be followed in all 50 states. The trucking industry is heavily regulated in an effort to help protect the public who share the roadways with these large trucks who could be transporting dangerous products. The federal regulations for truck safety come from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The U.S. Department of Transportation creates the regulations for the areas of vehicle maintenance, size, driving operations of the Truck Company, and driver safety and training of the truck driver. The federal regulation is a complex area of law and it is important to stay up-to-date on the current developments and changes within the trucking industry. If a truck driver or trucking company fails to follow these regulations many could be waiting time bombs ready to explode in the form of a truck accident.
Regulations for Truck Drivers
- The number of hours that a driver can work within a day or week
- A truck driver is required to obtain a specialized type of license to operate a commercial vehicle (any type of truck,)
- Truck drivers are to be tested on a regular basis for the use of drugs and alcohol
- Truck drivers are able to drive up to 11 in one single day and only be able to work 14 hours in a single day.
- Additionally, there is a 34-hour restart rule for truck drivers. This rule allows a truck driver to restart every once per week.
- The truck driver must take breaks every each hours to use this rule and these breaks must last for at least a 30-minute rest.
Holding Trucking Companies Accountable For A Truck Accident
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Truck Accident - Reports and Research - Galveston County / League City
Large Truck Accidents Causation Study (LTCCS) Analysis Series: Using LTCCS Data for Statistical Analyses of Crash Risk
The Effect of State Regulations on Truck-Crash Fatalities
Severity Factors for Truck Drivers’ Injuries
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