1. 4 Situations When You Should Call Law Enforcement After An Auto Accident

    When an accident occurs, there are so many things that are going through your mind. Is there damage that’s happened? Is anyone hurt? What do you do next? It’s these types of questions that are going to be surfacing when you’ve been in an accident, but the last thing that you want is to be unsure of the answer. Today we’re going to be talking about a serious question that many people have a…Read More

  2. What You Should Do If You Are Involved In A Truck Accident (With A Drunk Driver)

    Being in a car accident is a scary situation, especially if one of the vehicles involved was a semi-truck. On top of that, if the driver of the semi-truck was under the influence of alcohol, you likely have another world of problems and injuries to deal with. These drivers are responsible for driving large, heavy vehicles with attached cargo at highway speeds, which is why this kind of reckless be…Read More

  3. What Injuries Are Caused By Truck Accidents?

    A collision between a passenger vehicle and a large commercial truck can result in horrific injuries that may be permanent or fatal. In 2014, truck accidents involving passenger vehicles resulted in 111,000 injuries and 3,903 deaths, representing a 17 percent increase from the previous year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The dedicated Tulsa truck accident attorn…Read More

  4. Who Is Liable For A Commercial Truck Accident?

    Commercial truck accidents are often very different from a typical collision between two personal-use vehicles. Aside from the catastrophic damage that usually proceeds a truck collision, multiple parties are often involved other than the truck’s driver. If you were involved in an accident with a commercial truck, it is important you understand who these parties are and what roles they could hav…Read More

  5. FMCSA Issues New Standards for Entry-Level Commercial Drivers

    The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) established a Final Rule on Dec. 7, 2016 dictating the minimum requirements drivers must follow in order to obtain a commercial driver’s license (CDL). To acquire a CDL, a driver must meet the minimum level of skills and education needed to understand and safely operate a large commercial vehicle, suc…Read More

  6. The Benefits Of Hiring A Truck Accident Attorney

    Truck accidents have a higher chance of causing serious injury to those involved compared to auto accidents with small vehicles. If you are injured in an accident, it is important to hire a truck accident attorney in Tulsa who is experienced in handling accidents with commercial trucks and the companies that own them. Whether you were a pedestrian, bicyclist, the driver of a car involved in the a…Read More

  7. Regulators Propose Speed Limiters to Reduce Truck Accidents

    In an effort to reduce truck accidents, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) have proposed a new requirement that heavy-duty vehicles be equipped with speed limiting devices. The proposed speed limiters would cap the maximum speeds of trucks and similar large vehicles to between 60 and 68 miles per hour. The NHTSA an…Read More

  8. Cars and Trucks Causing More and More Pedestrian Deaths

    A new report issued this spring by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association reveals there were more pedestrian deaths in 2015 compared with 2014 statistics. In 2015, 10 percent more pedestrians died due to motorcycle, truck and vehicle collisions. If you were injured in a motorcycle, truck or auto collision at no fault of your own, reach out to our truck accident attorneys in Tulsa at The Edwar…Read More