Truck drivers and all who share the roads with them depend on the safety and reliability of the truck. Read more
Cab guards’ woefully inadequate design – using weak aluminum instead of a stronger metal like steel – remains as it was prior to 2004. Read more
In two years, all makers of heavy-duty trucks will be required to add electronic stability-control (ESC) systems to new vehicles. This is an effort by the U.S. government to prevent rollover... Read more
We have been asked to give an update on current activities in our firm’s Product Liability Section. Lawyers in the Section have been very busy and are handling cases in several states in bot... Read more
John and Renee Parault, a husband and wife, were traveling through Alabama recently with their adult daughter. The couple, who work with Son Rise Ministries, were headed from their home in N... Read more
By now, most people are familiar with data recorders or “black boxes” found on airplanes and in the majority of automobiles on the road today. These “black boxes” are commonly known as elect... Read more
Federal regulations require after-market safety devices for added protection of heavy truck cab occupants. One major safety device required under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations... Read more
The litigation involving post-collision fuel-fed fires usually involves passenger cars. However, heavy truck crashworthiness litigation, including post-collision fuel-fed fires, doesn’... Read more
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