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What to Know About Truck Drivers and Substance Abuse

April 17, 2019 |
Driving while under the influence of alcohol and drugs is a crime in Wisconsin. These substances can seriously impact your judgment and ability to drive, leading to devastating accidents. When you bring large vehicles such as trucks into the equation, the consequences can be even more dire. Unfortunately, substance abuse is a prevalent issue...
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What Is Considered a Commercial Motor Vehicle?

April 13, 2019 |
Under United States law, all commercial motor vehicles are subject to strict regulations to help keep all drivers safe on the road. The drivers and companies who operate these vehicles must comply with packing and loading requirements, maintenance schedules, and even keep track of hours spent driving on the road. However, it can be...
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Federal Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations

April 11, 2019 |
Given their sheer size and weight, large trucks like tractor-trailers and other commercial motor vehicles have the potential to cause serious damage to Wisconsin drivers. The sheer size and weight of these vehicles, coupled with the normal risks of driving, can lead to devastating consequences. The Department of Transportation prescribes strict regulations for the...
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Important Records to Obtain After a Truck Accident

April 6, 2019 |
After you suffer injuries in a Wisconsin truck accident, you could find yourself with thousands of dollars in medical bills, missing out on weeks or even months of work, and long-lasting injuries and disabilities that you have to manage. You may be able to obtain compensation for your truck accident injuries and losses through...
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