Federal Trucking Regulations

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's Laws for Truckers

In order to regulate the safety of commercial vehicles and their operation, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has extensive regulations for commercial drivers, their employers, and the equipment of their commercial vehicles. Truck drivers are required by law to comply with certain training, driving practices, transportation standards for hazardous goods, drug and alcohol testing, and much more. Their employers must likewise ensure that their employees are up to par and must also be sure to maintain the commercial trucks according to federal standards. The trucks themselves must be properly equipped and maintained in order to prevent an accident due to negligence.

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Recover Compensation for Your Truck Accident

Nagle & Associates, P.A. has handled truck accident cases for the past two decades. The firm specifically focuses on traffic accidents and has the knowledge and skill to maximize any truck accident case. Each North Carolina trucking accident lawyer has what it takes to gather evidence and prove that a truck driver, trucking company, or both violated the regulations established by the FMCA. Through a free case evaluation, you could learn exactly what an attorney from the firm can do to recover your damages.

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Speak with a truck accident attorney from Nagle & Associates today to discuss your options for compensation. The firm can help you file a strong claim in order to establish liability and recover fair compensation. As a former claims adjuster and insurance defense lawyer, Attorney Carl Nagle has the insider's edge when handling any traffic accident case. He is also Avvo-rated and a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. Contact the firm right away for the counsel and representation that you need when taking on the big trucking companies and their insurance.

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