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June 2018 Archives

Drunk driving and alcohol: A bad combination for truckers

No truck driver should ever be on the roads if he or she has been drinking. According to federal regulations, drivers with a commercial driver's license (CDL) may never drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) over .04 percent. That's half the normal limit for passenger vehicle drivers.

Bonnaroo Festival leads to arrests, drug bust

Festivals are a great time for everyone who attends, but there is a always a risk of drugs and alcohol making their way inside. Sometimes, officers do full sweeps aimed at arresting those who have violated the laws at these events. It's not unusual for the innocent to get caught up in those sweeps just because they're with those using drugs or alcohol.

Should you call an attorney to a truck crash scene?

Commercial vehicle accidents happen all the time. Many occur when truck drivers don't see others in their blind spots. For instance, if you're driving alongside a semi on the highway, the driver may not notice you and attempt to enter your lane. If that happens, there may be nowhere to go, and you could end up in a serious collision.

Semi accident injures several motorcyclists during convoy event

When riding in a convoy, the idea is that motorcyclists will stand out more to drivers. The hope is that standing out will reduce the risk of injuries and death, helping motorcyclists enjoy their time together without any serious injuries.

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