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Title: Your Tinnitus | I hear it too!
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This flow of business creates about $671 billion; it helps keep the U.S. economy alive, as well as clearly show the major role played by semi-trucks in the nation’s economy – major reasons why, despite being threats on roads and highways, truck operation will continue to go on. Of the more than 15 million trucks operating in the US., about two million are semi-trucks. Due to their very large size and very heavy weight, these can cause major property damage and serious or fatal injuries in the event of accidents. For this reason, the federal government requires that those who will operate a truck should have a commercial driver’s license (CDL), which can be earned only after going through a special training and education, and a series of tests that deal with the proper operation and handling of this types of vehicle. Once a driver earns a CDL, he/she and his/her employer are expected to comply with all federal laws enforced by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Department of Transportation. A few of these laws, which are meant to ensure the safe operation of trucks and the avoidance of road crashes, include: Regular maintenance checks on trucks; Use of standard parts, especially the tires and brakes; Strict observance of the hours of service, which is the maximum number or driving hours drivers are allowed to drive, and the required number of hours of rest; Despite all the laws, truck accident continue to amount to 500,000 every year, causing injury to more than 100,000 individuals and killing, at least, 4,000 others. 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This is why it is often possible for those who have been injured in a truck accident to take legal action against the party responsible for their suffering. Proving that a truck driver or a trucking company is liable in an accident will never be easy, however, with help from a seasoned personal injury lawyer, proving this, as well as pursuing compensation may be more possible. Read More Posted by Daniel on Sep 14, 2016 in Taxotere Lawsuit | 0 comments The Disfiguring Side-effect of Taxotere Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer women in the U.S. suffer from. Every year, 183,000 to 300,000 new cases are diagnosed, while close to 45,000 die. About 50% of breast cancer patients who are successfully treated for the first time are most likely to suffer a relapse. When cancer recurs, the cancer cells usually metastasizes or spreads to the liver or bone, or other areas beyond the breast. For women aged between 40 and 55, metastatic breast cancer is the leading cause of death. 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