Welcome Truck Drivers.
Working with truckers, bus drivers and commercial vehicle operators to better understand the industry, eliminate preventable accidents, and reduce lawsuits through education of current laws and legal codes is something that benefits all who share our busy roads.
Understanding the trucker perspective cannot be skipped.
Reduce The Number of Truck Accidents Every Year
Part of what we do at Isaacs and Isaacs is to provide a consistent voice for safety and progress in seeing the number of big rig, semi-truck and commercial vehicle accidents and truck accident injuries on our roads decline each year.
The truck accident prevention portal contains these resources:
- Trucker videos capturing real perspective interviews
- Glossary featuring popular trucking & legal terms
- Articles, posts, and additional trucker resources
If you have a real life trucker perspective you’d like to share, we’d love to hear from you and possibly include it in this accident prevention portal. Contact us and we’ll review your unique story.
Straight From The Trucker is the video series interviewing real semi truck and big rig drivers about the trucking industry, truck driving safety, ways to get enough rest, avoid back pain, and an opportunity to share their biggest pet peeve stories about sharing the road with other four-wheel vehicles.
What is deadheading? What makes a reefer different? How do I find my Gross Vehicle Weight Rating? Our glossary featuring trucker terms and legal terms affecting truck drivers has your answers.
Click on any of the images below to learn more:
In this clip from Ask The Hammer – you’ll hear a positive message for the work truckers engage in everyday on our roads. National truck accident lawyer Darryl Isaacs – The Hammer – shares in this 1-min podcast clip below.
- How To Safely Pass A Semi-Truck
- Trucker Myth: Flashing Your High Beams
How Many Trucks Pass in Just 30 Seconds? See If you Can Keep Up!
Share Your Important Truck Driver Perspective
Do you have a suggestion of something we should cover, or an important story to share about truck driving? Contact us and we’ll review it for possible inclusion in our accident prevention portal. The more dialogue we promote, the better our chances of reducing the number of trucking accidents that occur each year on our roads.