Poor Truck Driver Training And Your Accident

by The Roth Firm on Jul 12, 2019 12:07:01 PM

Driving a massive commercial 18-wheeler is a little more complicated than driving a Honda Civic, or even a Ford F-250.

It takes more than a short class and hours of practice to operate a commercial vehicle safely.

As a truck...

7 Ways To Drive Safely Near Commercial Trucks

by The Roth Firm on Mar 14, 2019 1:38:00 PM

When you think about driving on interstates with speeding vehicles and commercial trucks that could cause an accident at any second, you realize there is danger all around us.

We like to think we're safe, but the reality is a...

How Many Hours are Truck Drivers Legally Allowed to Drive in Georgia and Tennessee?

by The Roth Firm on Nov 14, 2018 9:46:58 AM

Understanding Truck Driver's Working Hours 

Were you recently involved in a Truck Accident that was not your fault?

Are you concerned that maybe the driver who caused your accident was not following Truck Driving rules and...

What Rules and Regulations do Truck Drivers Need to Follow in Georgia and Tennessee?

by The Roth Firm on Sep 12, 2018 9:44:25 AM

Accidents that involve commercial trucks in Georgia and Tennessee are often the result of a Truck Driver or Trucking company violating one or many of the rules and regulations set for them by their governing bodies. 

If you are...

Do I have the Right to Sue Both the Truck Driver and Truck Company after an Accident?

by The Roth Firm on Jul 31, 2018 2:25:54 PM

After being involved in a Commercial Truck Accident, it is not always easy determining who is liable for the accident.

There may be multiple parties who can be held responsible for contributing to the cause of the semi truck...

Can I Sue For Lost Wages After A Truck Accident in Georgia | Tennessee?

by The Roth Firm on Jul 10, 2018 2:10:02 PM

Truck Accidents in Georgia and Tennessee can leave victims with severe, lifelong injuries, which in turn can cause extensive medical bills to accumulate, and also a substantial amount of missed time at work. 

These can all be added...

Truck Driver Shortages In The US And What It Could Mean For Safety

by The Roth Firm on Apr 27, 2018 10:39:00 AM

In 2017, trucks carried approximately 70% of all goods shipped within the United States, and the industry is only growing.

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