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Truck Driver Drunk Driving on St. Patrick’s Day: New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

New Mexico and Federal Law on Truck Driver Drunk Driving on St. Patrick’s Day: New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain While St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday about so much more, for many people St. Patrick’s Day is about drinking and partying with friends or coworkers. Even with the present pandemic, many people will… Read More »

Proving Hours of Service Violations in New Mexico Trucking Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain Proving Hours of Service Violations in New Mexico Trucking Accidents  There are many things that make driving a large commercial vehicle dangerous even for the most experienced truck driver and well-rested truck driver. But the truth is that many truck drivers are not well rested. This is because the… Read More »

Causes of New Mexico Head On Trucking Accidents: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

New Mexico Head On Trucking Accidents:  Our Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain Common Causes and Damages One of the most powerful types of 18 wheeler wrecks are New Mexico head on trucking accidents.  Not only does the sheer size and weight of these large commercial trucks normally pose a significant problem, but when the… Read More »

Trucker Causes New Mexico Auto Accident Due to Texting While Driving

By Mark Caruso |

Texting While Driving: Liability Explained When a Trucker Causes a New Mexico Auto Accident One of the most dangerous things that a motorist could do is text while driving.  This is because texting while driving 1) takes a person’s eyes off the road, 2) takes a person’s hand off the wheel, and 3) diverts… Read More »

Tired Truckers Hurting Others on the Road: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

HOS Violations from Tired Truckers: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain FMCSA Regulations Tired truckers are dangerous.  We all know that fatigued driving is dangerous.  There is some literature and research which finds drowsy driving to be as dangerous if not more dangerous than drunk driving.  This is why it is not a good idea… Read More »

Reasons Why Truck Drivers Are Hurt in New Mexico Auto Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyers Explain Why Truck Drivers Are Hurt in New Mexico Auto Accidents Large commercial vehicles are not easy to drive.  Even an experienced truck driver could have difficulty operating these big vehicles in certain cities and roadways.  This is particularly true when other vehicles are making it significant more difficult for… Read More »

New Mexico Trucking Accident Caused by Truck Defects are the Driver and Trucking Company’s Fault

By Mark Caruso |

Truck Defects Causing a New Mexico Trucking Accident Could be Truck Driver and Trucking Company’s Fault: Learn more from our Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers There are many possible causes to any motor vehicle accident, including mechanical defects.  With large commercial vehicles like 18 wheelers, tractor trailers, tankers, big rigs, and other box trucks, there… Read More »

Trucking Companies Employing Drivers Without CDL License: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

Learn What Happens When Trucking Companies Do Not Hire CDL License Drivers from Our Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Even with a trained and competent truck driver, a large commercial vehicle can be a very difficult vehicle to drive.  In fact, even with an experienced driver a commercial vehicle could still be very dangerous.  This… Read More »

Burn Injuries to Truck Drivers from Albuquerque Trucking Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque Trucking Accidents Results in Burn Injuries  Burn injuries are a possible injury that could be caused by Albuquerque trucking accidents.  In fact, there are many burn injuries that occur in New Mexico trucking accidents.  This is particularly due to the high number of commercial vehicles on our roadways and the long interstates such… Read More »

Hours of Service Violations Hurting Other Truckers: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

Other Truckers Hurt by Hours of Service Violations in New Mexico Trucking Accidents Hours of service regulations are by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and are meant to protect against fatigued and tired truck drivers who could cause New Mexico trucking accidents.  This includes falling asleep at the wheel which turns a… Read More »

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