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Truck Accidents and the Tired Trucker

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Truck driver resting on his truck wheel

Your Chicago and Cicero Truck Accident Lawyers at Grazian and Volpe are pleased to report that  federal jury has awarded $3 million to the family of a wrongful death victim of a truck accident.  The case involved a collision between two commercial tractor-trailer. Defendant trucker was merging her truck onto the interstate from the emergency lane when she failed to yield the right of way. This caused the victim, who was driving a tandem tractor-trailer to the hit the back of defendant’s truck. Defendant stated that she had pulled off the road to check a light in her cab, then accelerated down the emergency lane to re-enter the right lane. She claimed that she saw the victim’s headlights but miscalculated the distance of victim’s truck. It was determined by the jury that defendant had been on duty for approximately 19 hours prior to the truck accident in violation of the 14-hour “Hour of Service” Rule of the Florida Motor Carrier Safety Act.

Truck driver resting on his truck wheel

Another tragic example of the disregard for safety practiced by some trucking companies and drivers. Please follow your Chicago and Cicero Truck Accident Lawyers at Grazian and Volpe for more safety tips, precautions and discussions of truck and motor vehicle accidents.

About the Author

Kurt D. Lloyd is a plaintiff’s trial lawyer who focuses on medical malpractice and other catastrophic injury cases. He lives in Chicago and represents injured clients throughout Illinois. He is also the founder of Lloyd Miller Law, Ltd.

Years of Experience: Approx. 20 years
Minnesota Registration Status: Active
Bar & Court Admissions: Illinois State Bar Association U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois

Kurt D. Lloyd is a plaintiff’s trial lawyer who focuses on medical malpractice and other catastrophic injury cases. He lives in Chicago and represents injured clients throughout Illinois. He is also the founder of Lloyd Miller Law, Ltd.

Years of Experience: Over 35 years
Illinois Registration Status: Active
Bar Admissions: Illinois State Bar