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Truck Accidents

Common Truck Accident Causes In Wisconsin

August 27, 2017 |
Wisconsin is no stranger to truck accidents. It is also in the northern region of the U.S. that is a typical recipient of severe weather all year around, and especially in the winter. Inclement weather is a common cause of accidents during the winter when roadways can become iced over rather quickly. But, there...
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The Dangers of a Truck Accident in Wisconsin

January 19, 2017 |
As the winter gets into full force in Wisconsin, it means time for rain, snow, and dangerous road conditions. This also means that there will be plenty of trucks on the road, along with the added dangers that may make it more difficult to drive. Commercial trucks are large in size, so when there...
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Wisconsin Representative Pushes for Heavier Trucks as Part of SAFE Trucking Act

October 6, 2015 |
Last month, Wisconsin Representative Reid Ribble introduced a bill that would allow larger, heavier trucks on U.S. roadways. The bill, called the Safe, Flexible, and Efficient (SAFE) Trucking Act, argues that this would both increase highway productivity and decrease the amount of trucks on the road. This bill is in response to a study...
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Wisconsin Supreme Court Holds Truck Drivers to High Standard in Dakter v. Cavallino

July 18, 2015 |
There are an estimated 2 million semi-tractor trailers in operation throughout the United States. With this many in operation on our highways, it is not surprising that motor vehicle crashes involving semi-tractor trailers frequently occur. When they do, the resulting injuries are usually more significant, given the size, weight, and momentum of semi-tractor trailers.In...
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