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Tennessee Trucking Company Removed from Road after Ignoring Trucking Regulations

According to News Channel 5 Nashville, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) has ordered a Tennessee trucking company to cease all trucking operations immediately for failing to follow federal regulations. The company is Three Angel Farms, a company that transports animals such as horses on Tennessee highways. This decision came after the company violated multiple trucking regulations. The company hired drivers without commercial trucking licenses, failed to subject drivers to adequate drug tests, and failed to properly maintain its trucks. The FMCSA described the company as an “imminent hazard to public safety.”

Trucking accident cases can be complex due to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, specific rules that commercial truck companies and drivers must follow.  For example, truck drivers are limited to a certain number of on-duty driving hours each day. Truck drivers must maintain proper driver’s licenses.  Truck drivers must also keep detailed logs of where they travel.  Finally, truck drivers may not drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  It is up to trucking companies to enforce these rules.  In a Tennessee trucking accident case, it is important to have in-depth knowledge of these rules and understand how these rules may be broken.  At Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz (“NST Law”), our Tennessee trucking accident attorneys can apply knowledge of federal trucking regulations to the unique facts of an accident to prove a defendant truck driver or trucking company’s negligence.  If you have been injured in a trucking accident in Tennessee, do not hesitate to call theMemphis trucking accident attorneys at NST Law at 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 today.

Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz can aggressively pursue maximum compensation for medical bills, lost wages, permanent disability, and pain and suffering in a Tennessee trucking accident case.  In any trucking accident case, carefully developing the damages portion of a claim is crucial.  NST lawyers seek input from reliable and trustworthy experts that know how to assign dollar values to various losses a client suffers.  For example, NST Law can consult with healthcare experts to document medical bills incurred by a trucking accident victim.  NST Law can retain vocational economists to calculate lost wages, both past and future.  If a trucking accident victim sustains permanent or debilitating injuries, NST Law may commission a day-in-the-life video that visually demonstrates each injury’s effect on a client’s daily life.  Finally, NST Law can retain psychiatric experts and doctors to determine the pain, suffering, and emotional distress a trucking accident victim experiences after the accident.  In addition to computing dollar figures, any expert that NST Law utilizes will be able to testify in front of a judge or jury to explain the process by which a figure was computed.

Nahon, Saharovich & Trotz is the largest plaintiff’s personal injury law firm in Tennessee.  NST Law takes pride in staying current with Tennessee trucking litigation trends, negotiation tactics, and trial techniques.  Thus, you can feel confident the Tennessee trucking accident lawyers at NST Law will focus their efforts and energy on fighting to help you recover every dollar to which you are legally entitled.  To speak with an experienced Tennessee trucking accident attorney at NST Law, call 901-683-7000 or 1-800-LAW-4004 today.