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Drunk Driving Trucking Accident in New Mexico

By Mark Caruso |

What Are My Rights After a Drunk Driving Truck Accident in New Mexico? Drunk driving is a serious problem.  According to the CDC, there is one drunk driving death every 50 minutes in the United States.  This is a staggering figure, particularly considering that drunk driving is entirely preventable.  While all states have a… Read More »

Truck Driver Fell Asleep at the Wheel: NM Trucking Accident Lawyer Explains Hours of Service Violations

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding What the Hours of Service Violations from our NM Trucking Accident Lawyer When a Truck Driver Fell Asleep at the Wheel Large commercial vehicles like 18 wheelers, semi tractor trailers, big rigs, tandem trailers, delivery vans, and other box trucks are inherently dangerous vehicles.  They are simply more difficult to maneuver, more difficult… Read More »

Car Accident With a Driver Texting: NM Auto Accident Lawyer for Texting While Driving Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

NM Auto Accident Lawyer Explains Texting While Driving Accidents After a Car Accident with a Driver Texting Causes Personal Injuries Texting while driving is downright dangerous and it has been compared to drunk driving or drugged driving.  Almost 3,000 people a year are killed by distracted drivers.  This means that a car accident with… Read More »

Distracted Driving Trucking Accidents in New Mexico: Serious Liability Issues

By Mark Caruso |

Trucking Accident Lawyer from Albuquerque Explains Distracted Driving Trucking Accidents in New Mexico It is often said that distracted driving is becoming more dangerous and deadly than drunk driving. Over 3,000 people die each year in the United States due to distracted driving.  Some of these people are killed due to the careless, reckless,… Read More »

Unsecured Cargo Falling off a Truck in New Mexico

By Mark Caruso |

Lawyers Explain Liability When Unsecured Cargo Falling of a Truck in New Mexico Causes Personal Injuries The main purpose of a commercial vehicle is to haul cargo.  That could be enclosed in a box truck, or other in a flatbed.  In either situation, the primary purpose of a large commercial vehicle is to transport… Read More »

Types of Head Injuries from New Mexico Trucking Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding the Types of Head Injuries from New Mexico Trucking Accidents Trucking accidents are not like other types of motor vehicle accidents. These large commercial vehicles such as 18 wheelers, semi tractor trailers, and other box trucks are much heavier and larger than other vehicles on the roadways. As a result, new Mexico trucking… Read More »

Coronavirus HOS Rule Changes by the FMCSA: Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding the Coronavirus HOS Rule Changes by the FMCAS: Explained by our Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers The coronavirus known as COVID-19 has caused a global pandemic and is affecting the entire United States, including New Mexico.  Medical supplies and food supplies are becoming increasingly necessary throughout the country.  Truck drivers and other delivery vehicles… Read More »

Truck Driver Drunk Driving on St. Patrick’s Day: New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

New Mexico and Federal Law on Truck Driver Drunk Driving on St. Patrick’s Day: New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain While St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday about so much more, for many people St. Patrick’s Day is about drinking and partying with friends or coworkers. Even with the present pandemic, many people will… Read More »

Sick Truck Driver Causing a New Mexico Trucking Accident: FMCSA Violations Explained by Our Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

FMCSA Violation When a Sick Truck Driver Causing a New Mexico Trucking Accident Hurts You Driving a large commercial vehicle such as a semi tractor trailer, 18 wheeler, box truck, or other big rig is inherently difficult.  This is why truck drivers are required to undergo a class and pass a written test, shadow… Read More »

Proving Hours of Service Violations in New Mexico Trucking Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain Proving Hours of Service Violations in New Mexico Trucking Accidents  There are many things that make driving a large commercial vehicle dangerous even for the most experienced truck driver and well-rested truck driver. But the truth is that many truck drivers are not well rested. This is because the… Read More »

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