I have written and spoken many times about how we need to treat our truck drivers better, to save their lives, and those of everyone else in our communities on our roads.
Yesterday we visited the Traveling Vietnam Wall in Springfield Missouri at American Legion Post 639. The Wall is a 3/5 scale of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington DC, it stands six feet tall at the center and covers almost 300 feet from end to end. The purpose of this traveling memorial is to remind us…
We’ve lost too many riders, and have lost one more, and my heart goes out to these folks and their families.
What I call “left in” and “left out” crashes are the most common hazards to riders.
Car and truck drivers just don’t look for riders, and they tend to turn left in front of bikes, and then later claim: “I never saw him.”
The trucking company involved has the responsibility to ensure everyone in our communities that their drivers are safe and not doing any of the above dangerous activities.
Sad that safety conditions at a trucking corporation must become this horrible before corrective action is taken
Bigger, longer, heavier loads, buzzing down our highways alongside our families, is not a formula for better safety for Semi-Trucks on our roadways.
When you’re injured in Missouri through someone else’s negligence, recklessness, or intentional behavior, you have a right to compensation not only of your medical costs or damage to your car, but also to your lost wages.
I would like to offer you some general tips that may take some of the stress out of getting your vehicle fixed or replaced after an auto accident.
Explaining how to get your medical bills paid for after an accident.
Another life taken by a distracted driver. A chilling reminder of the importance to look for motorcycles on our roadways.