Haines Law, P.C. Blog

  • What is the Employer's Duty of Care?

    All individuals in our society have a legal duty to not cause harm to others, including employers, who have a duty of care to take reasonable steps to ...
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  • How Much is My Auto Case Worth?

    After you have been injured in a preventable auto wreck , you have the right to pursue financial compensation for the damages you incurred as a ...
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  • Are there Regulations for Hours Truckers Drive?

    The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulates the amount of hours truck drivers spend on the ...
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  • Why You Should Choose Haines Law, P.C.

    There’s nothing easier than tooting one’s own horn, particularly for a business dependent on advertising and word-of-mouth. However, saying you’re a ...
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  • I Was in a Car Accident. Should I File a Report?

    Around 20–50 million people are injured in car accidents every year. Some statistics show the average American will file an insurance claim every 17 ...
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  • Truck Load Dangers

    Many aspects of the trucking industry are regulated by both state and federal governments, including the load size and the way in which they are ...
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  • Can We Prevent Speed-Related Truck Accidents?

    In 2014, almost 4,000 people were killed in large-truck crashes while another 111,000 were injured. Considering the size of commercial trucks, and ...
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  • Truck Driver Hours of Service & Federal Regulations

    It has long been known that driver while tired, fatigue, or exhausted is dangerous. Recent studies suggest that exhaustion is just as debilitating as ...
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