When a semi-truck or tractor-trailer causes an accident, more often than not, an error or mistake by that truck driver is just the tip of the iceberg as to what really caused that accident. Was the driver tired or fatigued because he or she had been operating for more hours in that day or that week than they are permitted to by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations? Was that truck driver filling out their log books properly and honestly reporting their hours of service? Was the trucking company properly monitoring and documenting the driverâ€™s hours of service as theyâ€™re legally required to? So itâ€™s important to understand all of these rules and regulations to be able to delve in and figure out what really happened here. Was this really just a driver making an error, or was there more going on here than meets the eye? And having an attorney who understands that is the most important thing for a successful result in any trucking case. Contact us at The power you need, the attention you deserve. When we founded EGC 16 years ago, we decided weâ€™d represent you this way - â€œFocus on fewer cases, outwork the opposition and make no compromises.â€ Most injury firms take as many cases as they can get. Lawyers in those firms simply donâ€™t have the time to get to all the important details right. Nor can they get to know their clients well enough. When your life has been turned upside down by an injury, your lawyer needs to get all the important details right â€” those d
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