What You Should Know About Defective Truck Parts

Large commercial trucks are vital to North Dakota’s and the American economy, transporting goods across vast distances. However, their immense size and weight also pose a significant risk on the road. When a truck malfunctions, the consequences can be catastrophic. While it’s true that driver error can sometimes be a factor, there are also risks…

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The Risks of Hauling Sand

The North Dakota landscape is frequently dotted with sandbox haulers. These specialized trucks play an important role in transporting frac sand, a key component in the hydraulic fracturing process that fuels our region’s booming oil and gas industry. While these haulers have become part of the local scenery, the drivers behind the wheel face a…

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What Are the Most Common Truck Accident Injuries?

Truck accidents can result in a wide range of injuries due to the sheer size and weight of commercial trucks compared to smaller vehicles. The aftermath of a truck accident can be devastating, leaving victims with severe physical and emotional trauma. In North Dakota, tractor trailers are a common sight, and in the event of…

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A Fiery Semi and a Suspended License Leaves Us with Questions

North Dakota’s reliance on the trucking industry as a pivotal component of its transportation network makes compliance with federal trucking regulations increasingly critical. When trucking companies don’t follow the rules, people can be seriously hurt. A semi-truck caught fire on Interstate 29 near Christine after its driver-side front steer axle tire blew. The driver, Geral…

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Loading and Unloading Trailers Can Pose Injury Risks to Truck Drivers

Loading and unloading trailers is a lot of hard work. When something is done improperly by anyone involved in the process, victims can suffer numerous injuries, including life-threatening complications. If you are hurt in a loading or unloading accident, and it was due to the actions or inactions of a third-party organization, our attorneys may…

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What Do Truck Accident Reconstruction Experts Do?

Truck accidents are often catastrophic events with severe consequences, resulting in injuries, property damage, and sometimes fatalities. When these accidents occur, it’s important to determine the sequence of events leading up to the collision, the factors involved, and the responsible parties. This is where the expertise of truck accident reconstruction professionals comes in. Truck accident…

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Why Empty Trailers and Bobtailing Tractors Are So Dangerous

North Dakota’s roadways are constantly bustling with a significant number of large trucks. The state’s strategic location and economic activities have made it a prominent passthrough for the transportation of goods. However, an issue that often goes unnoticed is the presence of these trucks on the road, even when they’re not carrying a load. In…

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The Dangers of Leased Roads

Leased roads are highways or roadways that are owned and maintained by private entities rather than government agencies. These roads may be operated for profit, built to serve specific industries, or maintained by companies to access their facilities. Leased roads are often used in the oil and gas industries, where truck drivers access these roads…

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Truck Accidents and Black Box Data

When you get hurt in a car crash, we use a lot of different sources to show you’re not at fault: tire tracks on the road, the damage to your vehicle, any video or pictures of the collision, and so forth. In a truck accident, though, we have an extra ace up our sleeve: the…

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