Key Trucking Regulations and Resources: A Webinar for Truck Accident Attorneys
As my firm's leading truck accident attorney, I am privileged to lead an webinar about key trucking regulations and resources. This important online seminar, hosted by AIEG, is aimed at personal injury and truck accident attorneys looking to improve their knowledge of truck accident litigation. The webinar was held on Wednesday, November 4, 2015.
Key Trucking Regulations and Resources for Attorneys
Over the course of more than 15 years as a truck accident lawyer, I have developed an in-depth understanding of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's rules for truck drivers and trucking companies. I have garnered extensive knowledge of the federal, state and local laws as they apply to the safe operation of big trucks on our nation's roads and highways.
In a detailed, 60-minute webinar, I talked through the key trucking regulations and resources that my firm and I use to pursue justice for our clients who have been injured or killed in collisions with a big truck.
More specifically, I highlighted three my three major areas of truck accident litigation materials:
- Key Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
- Useful Resources for Trucking Cases
- FMCSA Website Resources
My presentation materials are available after for download via the link below:
About the AIEG
The AIEG, or Attorneys Information Exchange Group, is a national organization dedicated to sharing information and ideas among member attorneys for the benefit of clients who have been affected by dangerous and defective products.
Eager to share my own experience as a truck accident litigator with other leading attorneys, and to learn from them, I was invited to join the AIEG earlier this year.
More information about the AIEG is online at https://www.aieg.com.
A Top Attorney for Your Case
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in a collision with a truck, I invite you to contact me directly on 1-877-936-7200 or firstname.lastname@example.org to speak about your case.