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Why Is Home Depot Being Sued by Terror Attack Victims?

On October 31, 2017, a man drove a truck onto a bike trail in Manhattan, plowing into bicyclists and runners along a one mile stretch. After crashing downtown, the driver of the truck was arrested, and it was later discovered that he had terrorist connections. This created a stir as officials tried to figure out what happened and how an…
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Is It Safe for Cars to Share the Road with 18 Wheelers?

Can 18 wheelers safely share the road with cars and smaller trucks? A minivan and a tractor trailer truck collided on Interstate 78 near Union, New Jersey recently. The incident resulted in one death. The fatal truck crash happened around exit 49 as the vehicles approached Route 124. The minivan’s driver-side was jammed against the truck and its front windshield…
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Five Things You Probably Never Knew About Truck Accidents

According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, more than 333,000 truck-related collisions were reported last year alone. Semi-trucks regularly weigh between 15,000 and 20,000 pounds. This is why it takes trucks three times longer to come to a stop as passenger cars, and five times more likely to cause serious injury or death. Truck accidents are extremely dangerous…
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