As a truck driver, it is crucial to be aware of the dangers of blind spots. Blind spots are areas around a truck that the driver cannot see from their rearview or side mirrors. These areas are especially dangerous for smaller vehicles and pedestrians, as they can easily go unnoticed by the driver. In this blog post, we will discuss the dangers of blind spots in trucks and what you can do to avoid these types of accidents.
To avoid truck accidents caused by blind spots, truck drivers can take the following precautions:
Blind spots are a significant danger for truck drivers and other road users. It is essential for truck drivers to be aware of their blind spots and take steps to minimize the risks. In addition, other drivers should take extra precautions when driving near large trucks and keep out of their blindspots as much as possible.
If you have been involved in a truck accident due to another person’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries and other losses. At Fiore Legal, we specialize in representing victims of truck accidents and other types of personal injury accidents. Contact us for a free consultation with a trusted truck accident lawyer in Los Angeles!
In many cases, those involved in minor accidents that result in a tiny scrape often let it go and instead of reporting it to the insurance, they accept the other person’s small offer of cash payment. You may be wondering whether this is a good idea or not. In this blog, we will discuss the risks of accepting private payments after an auto accident.
Roadways are primarily made for motor vehicle traffic, but every day pedestrians walk alongside city streets, only a few feet away from cars and trucks that are driving at fast speeds. Pedestrian accidents are a major cause of injuries and fatalities for people in California and elsewhere. Unfortunately, in cases where the driver left the scene of the crash, some accident victims do not receive justice after being hit.
As the holiday season approaches, many residents in California and elsewhere are making plans to attend work parties, go downtown with their friends or celebrate with family at their homes. You are probably aware of making responsible decisions with alcohol. If you had too much to drink at a get-together, you might have a designated driver or are prepared to call for a ride. However, what if you only had one or two drinks and only feel a little tipsy?