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A trucking company must perform a review of its drivers at least every 12 months to determine that its drivers are still qualified. During the review, the truck driver must give the trucking company a certified list of moving violations and accidents for the preceding 12 months. The trucking company should consider violations that indicate that the 18 wheeler driver has a disregard for the safety of the public, such as speeding, reckless driving, or operating an 18 wheeler under the influence of alcohol or drugs. It is the trucking company’s responsibility to decide if that driver is still qualified to drive.
Unfortunately, many 18 wheeler trucking accidents occur because trucking companies fail to perform annual reviews of their drivers. The rules pertaining to annual reviews for truck drivers are designed to prevent accidents that lead to serious personal injury or wrongful death.
If you have been injured in an 18 wheeler trucking accident, learn about your legal rights from an experienced Louisiana 18 wheeler trucking injury lawyer by calling 504-581-4892 or by filling out our free, no obligation case review form.
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