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    Wheel-off Incidents Among Most Dangerous Truck Accidents

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    One of the biggest dangers from large trucks is that their wheels or tires can come off during travel. Wheel separations, as they are known in the trucking industry, are particularly dangerous.

    The Dangers of Intoxicated Truck Drivers on New Jersey Roads

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    Driving while intoxicated means risking your life and the lives of everyone else on the road. It also means risking fines and jail time.

    Medical Misdiagnosis and Failure to Diagnose — What are Your Rights?

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    Most people are surprised to learn that some of the most common reasons for filing a medical malpractice claim are failure to diagnose a disease and misdiagnosis of a disease. Both types of error can have serious and even deadly consequences.

    Proposed Federal Rule Will Reduce Truck Accident Fatalities

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    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) has introduced new truck safety rules that could decrease the number of fatal rear-end collisio

    Reasons a Trucking Company May Be Responsible for Your Injuries

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    If you have been in an accident with a truck on a New Jersey roadway, you may be wondering who will pay your medical costs and compensate you for the time you are out of work. While your insurance company may cover some costs, victims of truck accidents often suffer catastrophic injuries requiring a lifetime of care.

    Understanding Serious Traumatic Brain Injuries

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    The word “traumatic” is not an indicator of the severity of a brain injury. Instead, it refers to the method of injury. Traumatic injuries are caused through an impact of some type.

    Are Teenage Truck Drivers Coming to New Jersey Roads?

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    While a new law aims to increase the number of teens operating large trucks, the short answer is that there are already teenagers driving large trucks in New Jersey.

    Make New Jersey Streets Safer by Sharing the Road

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    Bicyclists and motorcycle riders face the greatest dangers from drivers who aren’t looking out for them. Drivers in cars are also at risk of causing accidents with trucks when they don’t properly share the road.

    Amazon Fined For Failing to Report Workplace Injuries at New Jersey Warehouse

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    On January 12, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) announced that it had issued Amazon’s Robbinsville, New Jersey facility a citati

    Types of Trucks Involved in New Jersey Accidents

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    New Jersey’s drivers have to contend with an incredible variety of commercial vehicles on the road. Understanding the different types of trucks can help you become a safer driver.