truck accidents

Experts Predict More Trucks on the Road in 2021

The trucking industry expects to rebound in 2021, including a strong year for freight and equipment sales. That means more trucks on the roads. More trucks on the road means more motor vehicle accidents.  If you are involved in a Georgia truck accident, a Georgia truck accident lawyer is who you should be calling. Truck… read more

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What is the Respondeat Superior Doctrine?

An experienced Atlanta truck accident lawyer at Tobin Injury Law will tell you that a trucking company may be held responsible for an accident involving one of its semi drivers. This is due to the a legal doctrine called Respondeat Superior Doctrine. To learn more about this theory of recovery, read below about a recent… read more

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Property Damage Can Be Significant in a Truck Accident—Especially if it Happens 10 Times

James Bond 007 creator Ian Fleming said, “Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.” A business owner down in Kingsland, Georgia must think there’s some sort of enemy action against her because she can’t catch a break from bustling traffic that goes by—and sometimes THROUGH—her home furnishings store. That’s right, through…. read more

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Are Trucking Companies Circumventing Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations?

The harder the Federal Motor Carrier Administration (FMCSA) attempts to clamp down on dangerous driving practices, the more trucking companies and drivers come up with ways around the new regulations. The FMCSA is part of the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), which regulates commercial trucking companies and fleets throughout the United States. FMCSA’s mandate… read more

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