Trucking Company Negligence & Truck Accidents: FAQs (Pt. 2)

Picking up from Trucking Company Negligence & Truck Accidents: FAQs (Pt. 1), below are some more responses to common questions about these types of cases. Trucking Company Negligence: Here’s What Else You May Need to Know Q: How long do trucking company negligence cases take to resolve? For experienced help pursuing trucking company negligence [...]

Trucking Company Negligence & Truck Accidents: FAQs (Pt. 2)2019-10-11T14:00:04-06:00

Trucking Company Negligence & Truck Accidents: FAQs (Pt. 1) 

Truck accidents can be among the most devastating traffic accidents that occur on U.S. roadways. What can make the aftermath of truck accidents far more difficult to bear, however, can be the knowledge that these accidents may have been prevented if other drivers – or even trucking companies themselves – had been more responsible and [...]

Trucking Company Negligence & Truck Accidents: FAQs (Pt. 1) 2019-10-11T14:00:49-06:00

CO Trucking Company Shut Down by FMCSA for Violating Federal Trucking Regulations

Aurora, Colorado-based trucking company Sorbon Transport, Inc. (USDOT No. 2536669) has recently been ordered to shut down by federal trucking regulators at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA). As part of this order, which took effect near the end of February, the FMCSA: Declared Sorbon Transport to be an “imminent hazard to public safety” [...]

CO Trucking Company Shut Down by FMCSA for Violating Federal Trucking Regulations2019-10-11T14:03:57-06:00

Random Drug Testing for Truckers Will Stay at 50% Rate in 2015, FMCSA Announces

Federal trucking regulators have recently announced that, in 2015, the rate of random drug testing for truckers will be maintained at 50 percent. While drivers of tractor-trailers, buses and other qualifying commercial vehicles will continue to face the same rates of randomized drug testing this year, officials at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) [...]

Random Drug Testing for Truckers Will Stay at 50% Rate in 2015, FMCSA Announces2019-10-11T14:10:55-06:00

Trial Set for Driver Who Caused Boulder Truck Accident That Buried Cars in Sand

A truck driver who allegedly caused a serious Boulder truck accident last year has recently plead not guilty to careless driving resulting in injury charges, and he’ll have the opportunity to defend himself against these charges when her trial gets underway on March 24, 2015. According to court documents associated with this case, the defendant [...]

Trial Set for Driver Who Caused Boulder Truck Accident That Buried Cars in Sand2019-10-11T14:11:46-06:00

$30M in FMCSA State Grants Will Help Advance Real-Time Safety Technologies

Earlier this month, officials with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced that they will be making $30 million available via state grants as part of their effort to help states: Modernize their technological infrastructures related to vehicle safety Better disseminate real-time safety information to law enforcement officials and roadside inspectors. As FMCSA Acting [...]

$30M in FMCSA State Grants Will Help Advance Real-Time Safety Technologies2019-10-11T15:17:01-06:00