Truck crashes that the media is covering – and why— as well as truckers and companies taken out of services for violations

First Washington State lawyer to achieve Board Certification in Truck Accident Law

Kevin Coluccio has earned certification in "Truck Accident Law" by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. It is the first— and only—American Bar Association accreditation for Truck Accident Law in the United States. Coluccio is one of only fifty attorneys who have earned Board Certification in this practice area. Board Certified attorneys pass a comprehensive [...]

2021-01-19T18:32:42+00:00In the News|

Fatal crash rate steady in 2019; 2020 looks worse

The initial reports of 2019 fatal crash data indicate that the truck crash fatality rate for last year is nearly the same, or very slightly up, from 2018. The October Preview of Motor Vehicle Traffic Fatalities In 2019 from NHTSA shows: 5,005 fatalities in crashes involving at least one large truck* in in 2019, compared to 5,006 [...]

2020-10-26T16:00:12+00:00In the News|

Major semi-truck crash on I-5 in Oregon

Early in the morning of February 20, a major semi-truck crash on I-5 shut down the interstate for several hours. Initial reports from Oregon State Police (OSP) indicate that the semi truck was headed southbound on I-5 near Wilsonville, Oregon, and crossed into the northbound lanes. It looks like four vehicles were involved in the semi-truck [...]

2020-02-20T21:42:50+00:00In the News|

Oregon jury sends a multi-million-dollar message about truck driver training

It could be one of the largest jury verdicts in the U.S. for this type of case—a wrongful death caused by truck driver negligence. 30-year-old Sara Allison of Boise was hit head-on and killed by a semi-truck on Highway 20 near Burns, Oregon. Her husband Matthew Allison suffered life-threatening and permanent injuries. The semi-truck driver had been [...]

2020-07-10T23:21:44+00:00In the News|
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