Why You Need a Virginia Truck Accident Attorney

If you’ve been injured in a truck accident, you’ve likely suffered injuries serious enough to interfere with both your personal and professional life. Many truck accident victims sustain injuries that require extensive or long-term medical...

Truck Crashes: More Stopping Distance Needed to Avoid Disaster

In order to operate a semi-truck or tractor-trailer, the driver must have a commercial driver’s license (CDL). This is because driving these vehicles are much more difficult than operating a passenger vehicle. Turning, maneuvering, parking, and...

Critical Events and Critical Reasons in Virginia Truck Accidents

According to statistics from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), there are approximately 450,000 police-reported truck accidents each year. In about 345,000 of these accidents, at least one victim suffers a personal injury....

Snowplow Truck Accidents in Virginia

Although Virginia winters are certainly not as harsh as other parts of the country, there are winter days where the state sees a fair amount of snow. When the white stuff starts to fall, the snowplow trucks descend on Virginia roads. And just...

Drowsy Driving a Common Factor in Truck Accidents

When keeping a tight schedule and juggling multiple job responsibilities, it is easy to get off track in terms of your sleep schedule. Unfortunately, in addition to having negative effects on your overall physical and mental health, it can also...