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FMCSA Violations of Unsecured Cargo Causing New Mexico Trucking Crashes

By Mark Caruso |

When FMCSA Regulatory Violations Involving Cargo Cause New Mexico Truck Crashes, Truck Drivers and Trucking Companies May be Liable FMCSA violations of unsecured cargo can cause fatal 18 wheeler wrecks.  The trucking industry is about moving cargo from one place to another.  The whole purpose of large commercial trucks such as tractor trailers, big… Read More »

Lordsburg Fatal Pedestrian Collision with Semi Truck: New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyer

By Mark Caruso |

Fatal Collision in Lordsburg: Truck Hits Pedestrian Causing Wrongful Death New sources are reporting that there was a serious pedestrian collision in Lordsburg, New Mexico.  The collision happened between a large semi tractor trailer and the pedestrian on Interstate 10.  The pedestrian was crossing I-10 when the semi truck struck the pedestrian.  There is… Read More »

FMCSA Violations From Speeding Tractor Trailers Causing New Mexico Truck Crashes

By Mark Caruso |

New Mexico Truck Crashes Caused by Speeding Can Result in Numerous State and FMCSA Violations  We all know that speeding in a motor vehicle can increase the risk of an accident.  This is not a new concept by any means.  Yet, many people still speed.  This includes truck drivers, for who time is money… Read More »

Trucking Companies Cannot Force Truck Drivers to Violation FMCSA Regulations

By Mark Caruso |

Trucking Companies Cannot Coerce Truck Drivers to Operate in Violation of FMCSA Regulations The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMCSA, has promulgated a significant list of regulations, policies, and guidelines which apply to commercial trucking companies.  These regulations are valid in all states and have force of law.  In New Mexico, a violation… Read More »

Drug and Alcohol Testing for Truck Drivers: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Attorney

By Mark Caruso |

Federal Law Requires Certain Drug and Alcohol Testing for Truck Drivers: Learn How This May Help a Victim of a New Mexico 18 Wheeler Wreck Many victims of New Mexico 18 wheeler wrecks do not think that they could be caused by the drug or alcohol use of a truck driver.  Many think it… Read More »

Did a Trucking Safety Violation Cause a New Mexico Big Rig Wreck?

By Mark Caruso |

FMCSA Safety Violations Causing a New Mexico Big Rig Wreck: What are My Rights? The trucking industry is huge and spans through the United States.  Companies such as FedEx, UPS, J.B. Hunt, and Swift Transportation are just a few of the largest companies that are basically household names.  Because of the interstate nature of… Read More »

New Mexico 18 Wheeler Wreck in Bad Weather Could be Due to a FMCSA Violation

By Mark Caruso |

FMCSA Regulatory Violations Could Cause a New Mexico 18 Wheeler Wreck in Bad Weather Driving in inclement weather is difficult for everyone.  Dust storms, blinding snow, heavy rain, fog, and other weather conditions can limit visibility and increase the distance required to safely stop.  This is particular true for large commercial vehicles like box… Read More »

New Mexico Truck Crash Caused by Sleeping Truck Driver: Hours of Service Violations

By Mark Caruso |

Falling Asleep While Driving and Causing a New Mexico Truck Crash Can be Due to Hours of Service Violation  While all box trucks, 18 wheelers, and tractor trailers are still dangerous vehicles when driven carefully, when a truck driver falls asleep at the wheel these large commercial trucks become unguided missiles on our roads. … Read More »

Trucking Companies Are Responsible for their Employees

By Mark Caruso |

Federal Trucking Regulations Place Certain Obligations on Trucking Companies to be Responsible for their Employees Trucking is a massive industry, going literally coast-to-coast through the United States.  Trucking in New Mexico is also a very large business, particularly on interstates I-10, I-25, and I-40.  Many large trucking companies work just west in Ontario, California… Read More »

Catastrophic Injuries Caused by Albuquerque Construction Truck Crashes

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque Construction Truck Crashes Causing Catastrophic Injuries and Wrongful Death According to news sources, construction projects throughout all of New Mexico is up and the most since 2009.  This is particularly true in Albuquerque, where massive overhauls of the rapid transit project and several new upgrades to shopping, educational, and medical facilities are still… Read More »

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