|Comments Off on Do Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations Help Build a Case?
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSRs) can help truck accident victims and their attorneys build stronger cases against trucking companies. Beyond the basic rules of the road like obeying speed limits, using proper turn signals and stopping at lights or stops signs, FMCSRs provide guidelines for both inspection and operation of a tractor trailer. FMCSR § 396.13 [...]
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|Comments Off on Starr Austen Miller Investigating Falling Debris Truck Accident

Attorneys at Starr Austen Miller are investigating the recent accident in Plymouth, Ind., in which a piece of metal came loose from a trailer and crashed into a truck’s windshield, claiming the life of the driver. According to the Marshall County coroner’s office, 57-year-old Manis Stacy Jr. of Knox was driving on Ind. 17 a […]

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|Comments Off on Truck and Bus Drivers Can’t Use Hand Held Cell Phones While Driving

On Jan. 3, 2012, a final rule took effect from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration that banned the use of hand-held cell phones by commercial motor vehicle drivers on interstates. The ban, which covers both truck and bus drivers, will cover about four million CMV drivers, […]

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|Comments Off on Expert Testimony Of Psychologists Regarding Cause Of Brain Injuries

Truck Accident Attorneys In Indiana Given Guidance About Expert Testimony Of Psychologists Regarding Cause Of Brain Injuries Being in an accident with a truck is not like being in an accident involving a passenger vehicle, as many truck accident attorneys in Indiana are well aware. Not only are there specific rules and regulations regarding over-the-road […]

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|Comments Off on Harbhajan Jhutti died in car accident

INDIANAPOLIS —Sleepiness may have been a factor in a deadly semi crash overnight at the south split of I-70 and I-65. The driver, Sukhinder Dhuga, 30, was driving his semi trailer on I-65 South when it started to merge onto I-70 West and turned on its side. A passenger, Harbhajan Jhutti, 33, of Canada, was […]

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|Comments Off on At Least One Injured In Two Semi Crash On I-70 In Hancock County
On June 14, 2012, around 7:50 a.m., two semis crashed around mile marker 99, on westbound I-70 between the Indiana 9 and Mount Comfort Road exits, located west of Greenfield, Indiana, in Hancock County. Indiana State Police report that one semi-truck was stopped in traffic as another approached it from behind. According to the report, [...]
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|Comments Off on Eugene McCall, Katherine Metzcus, Amber Garner and Keith Halicky Injured In Fatal Crash On Borman Expressway During Rush Hour

On June 12, 2012, at the beginning of rush hour on I-80 in Gary Indiana, DeAndre K. Perry, age 22, from Mishawaka, was driving a moving van which stalled in the middle right lane of the four lane interstate. Then, an unknown semitrailer side-swiped the driver’s side of the stalled vehicle. Shortly thereafter, Joshua Garner, […]

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|Comments Off on Jacqueline Jansing Plus 1 Year Old Passenger Injured In Accident On U.S. 421 At State Road 47

On June 15, 2012, at approximately 1:40 p.m. Jacqueline Jansing and her one year old passenger were headed northbound on U.S. 421 in a Chevy S-10 pickup truck when they were hit, head on, by a vehicle driven by 17 year old Jordan Franklin. The accident occurred on U.S. 421 at around State Road 47, […]

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|Comments Off on Dennis C. Schulze Injured On Borman Expressway In Two Semi Crash

As reported by Chicago Sun Times, at approximately 2:45 a.m. on June 20, 2012, a crash between two semis occurred on the eastbound side of the Borman Expressway, near Cline Avenue, close to the Illinois-Indiana border, but on the Indiana side of the line. As a result one of the drivers, Dennis C. Schulze, driver […]

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|Comments Off on Richard Lowe Dies After Falling From Grain Bin During Inspection

The owner of a company that inspects and repairs old farm structures died Wednesday after being struck by a piece of machinery and falling from a grain bin.  69-year old, Richard B. Lowe, of Darlington fell to his death from a grain bin Wednesday afternoon at Davidson Farm, 5496 S. C.R. 310 E., Crawfordsville.  Around […]

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