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    Missing Work After A Car Accident

    After suffering injuries in a car or truck accident, it may be necessary for you to take some time off from work. The need to take time off is dependent on the seriousness of your injuries, but also on the amount of flexibility your job provides.  Some people may be afraid to miss work because Read More

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    Causes Of Trucking Accidents

    An accident with an eighteen-wheeler can result in serious injuries or death. Eighteen-wheelers and semi-trucks take longer to stop and maneuver than smaller cars, and therefore, there often isn’t enough time to stop an accident when something goes wrong. Studies have shown that in addition to bad weather conditions, one of the leading causes of Read More

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    Qualifications of a Semi-Truck Driver

    What is Required to Obtain a CDL License?Semi-trucks make up a large percentage of the vehicles on American roadways. Our economy is driven by the men and women behind the wheel of very large and very heavy trucks. They are not only very large and heavy but require special training to operate. This is why Read More

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    ADOPT A SAFE DRIVING POLICY: Establish road safety practices and routines

    WALL HUNTINGTON ADOPTS A SAFE DRIVING POLICY We understand that one of the toughest and most important rules to adhere to in life is “practice what you  preach.” We are asking all our friends to join us in adopting the attached “Safe Driving Policy“. We also  encourage everyone to take this opportunity to talk with your Read More

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    I Was Severely Injured in a Car Wreck. What Type of Damages Am I Entitled To?

    If you have been injured in a car accident, chances are you have a mass of expenses piling up. From medical bills to property damages to lost income, there are many factors that contribute to your financial hardship. Bottom Line. There really isn’t an exact formula to determine how much you can recover. Everyone’s case Read More

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