When, Why, and Where Truck Accidents Happen

An article called, Fatal Thursdays: The Indiana Trucking Industry’s Most Deadly Day of the Week from the Craig Kelly and Faultless LLC Law Firm website was brought to my attention recently and I thought you might be interested in seeing it. After all, no one wants to be in a truck accident, right?

I’m not normally a huge fan of attorneys, but this firm seems to be trying to point out the danger of driving around trucks to hopefully prevent accidents. I’m sure they might get more business if they didn’t warn the public to be safe around big rigs, but I’m glad they aren’t keeping it to themselves. That’s to be commended.

Anyway, as the title says, it discusses when, why, and where truck accidents occur most frequently. That’s something you should be interested in. Unless you like wrecking and stuff.

The article is based on data from the Indiana Trucking Industry, but I would guess the national statistics are similar since Indiana has its share of big cities and rural areas, just like the rest of our great nation.

Hey, what’d ya know? I can write a short blog post! Here’s the full link again:


About the Author
I'm a 22-year truck driver with an interest in tech stuff. I do the Trucker Dump podcast and blog, which is all about life as a trucker. I have also written two trucking books, "Trucking Life" and "How to Find a Great Truck Driving Job."
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