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Trucking Webinar: New Hours of Service Regulations

Join us for this complimentary webinar regarding new Hours of Service (HOS) regulations and their expected impact on your trucking operations. The new DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations are now available and compliance efforts should start immediately. 110 more words

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Trucking Webinar: New HOS Regs Issued Dec 22

Join us for this complimentary webinar regarding new Hours of Service (HOS) regulations and their expected impact on your trucking operations. The new DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations are now available and compliance efforts should start immediately. 110 more words

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Trucking Law Library

Trucking insurance can help protect trucking companies, drivers, and their loved ones. Sometimes, however, lawsuits are filed, and thing must be handled. Our friends at Marcello & Kivisto offer an extensive online  39 more words

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New Trucking Litigation Newsletter

A new Marcello & Kivisto trucking litigation newsletter is now available. It explores many trucking insurance and trucking law issues including:

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New Ezine Article on Decreased Truck Parking Issues

As truck parking decreases the legal risk of accidents from improper truck parking increases. The double-edged dilemma poses a new problem for trucking companies. Illegal parking, in violation of a statute, regulation, or ordinance, may automatically make transportation companies negligent if an accident occurs. 148 more words

Doug Marcello

Gov. Christie Signs Law Giving Injured Persons Priority Over PIP Carriers

Governor Chris Christie has signed S-191 which amends the Personal Injury Protection statute (N.J.S.A. 39:6A-9.1(b)) to provide that a injured party must be made whole prior to a PIP carrier seeking recovery from an at fault party’s insurer.¬† 175 more words

Erik Anderson

Court Holds that Two Year Statute of Limitations for PIP Reimbursement Claim Begins to Run Upon the Filing of a PIP Claim Form

In an unreported Appellate Division decision, the court held that the two-year Statute of Limitations for a PIP reimbursement claim is triggered upon the submission of the PIP claim form. 698 more words

Reardon Anderson