Cab guards’ woefully inadequate design – using weak aluminum instead of a stronger metal like steel – remains as it was prior to 2004. Read more
As a result of the cab guard litigation handled by our firm, two of the companies making the cab guards have made significant safety-related changes. Read more
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations require 18-wheelers to have cab guards, also called headache racks, to prevent shifting cargo from contacting the cab of heavy trucks. The problem wi... Read more
Cab guards or headache racks are required as front-end structures on 18-wheelers that pull flat beds, trailers and log trailers and should function to prevent shifting cargo from contacting... Read more
Several months ago, we began a series of articles discussing product liability claims that arise from single vehicle accidents. As all of our readers should know, a product liability claim f... Read more
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