New data released in October 2014 (for the year 2012 – most recent) by the U.S. Dept. of Transportationshows “large trucks” involved in 3,753 fatal crashes also involved 115 “invalid” licenses.


Invalid license has been defined as:

Those who had either no license or did not have a valid license or proper endorsement for the class of vehicle they were driving were considered to have invalid licenses.

“Large trucks” are required to have drivers with commercial driver licenses (“CDL’s”). One of the first items investigated is just that – a valid and “proper” license.

It is critical to preserve such evidence. Make sure to speak with a lawyer immediately following a trucking accident to begin the proper investigation.

You can contact me here 24/7/365 (and I really mean that as I will answer my phone) if you have any questions and to learn how I may be able to help you or your loved one who has been a victim of a trucking crash or negligence – in particular, you will find that I listen, take your phone calls and e-mails (and even text messages–BUT NOT WHILE DRIVING!!). I would be honored to help you with your matters – large or small.

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