Rules & Remedies When the Client Rear Ends An 18-Wheeler
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November 7, 2019
Louisiana Association for Justice
Decades of science, experience and hard work by highway safety professionals resulted in carefully crafted, serious federal motor carrier safety regulations and state CDL Rules of the Road that DO make our highways safer. We know from numerous trials and hundreds of focus groups/mock trials that when these rules are broken by the commercial driver and motor carrier‚ causing injury or death, the motor carrier/ professional driver will be held responsible. Learn how to prove this liability and successfully represent Plaintiffs in this type of commercial motor vehicle rear end collision case.
Over 40 years of truck-wreck trial experience, including numerous successful "Plaintiff Rear Ended the 18-Wheeler" cases, has led trial lawyer Robert L. Collins, one of a handful of Board Certified Truck Accident lawyers in the United States Mr. Collins is recognized across the country as an expert in representing plaintiffs in this type of tragic highway event, one that occurs all too frequently. Learn from his experience in trying and winning these cases.
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