Reduce Liability and Insurance Costs with Precision GPS
Program Aired: March 9, 2023 2 p.m. ET. The newest positioning technology is 100x more accurate than the current market standard. Such advancement promises trucking companies better ways to mitigate risk, reduce liability, and monitor safety. But how does it work in practice? This seminar explores the practical application of precision GPS and discusses fleet safety, accident reduction, and driver management.March 9, 2023
Partner With The Nation’s Most Reliable Spill Response Network
In the event of a spill, being prepared with a response plan can make all the difference. Learn how to position your company to protect your bottom line and your brand from unnecessary costs, liabilities and damage.February 9, 2021
Trucking Seeks Liability Protections as Congress Debates New COVID-19 Aid
As lawmakers work on legislation that will provide additional relief funds to the transportation sector, the trucking industry is asking Congress to include provisions that ensure liability protection for motor carriers on the front lines of the coronavirus relief effort.
Leasing Company Seeks Appeals Court Review after Being Found Partially Liable in Crash
A truck leasing company is seeking an appeals court review of a federal judge’s ruling in a lawsuit alleging a leasing company is “vicariously liable” for potential negligence damages in a fatal 2009 crash in New York.September 8, 2014
Brokers Press for Bill to Set Fleet Standard
TUCSON, Ariz. — Legislation aimed at creating a national standard for determining how carriers are qualified and addressing inconsistent handling of liability cases is expected to be introduced in Congress later this month, Transportation Intermediaries Association President Robert Voltmann said.April 21, 2014
New Carrier Qualification Bill to be Introduced, TIA Says
TUCSON, Ariz — New legislation aimed at simplifying the carrier qualification process and reducing exposure in crash liability suits by creating a national hiring standard will be introduced in Congress later this month, according to Transportation Intermediaries Association President Robert Voltmann.
Kentucky Enacts Law Protecting Truckers Against Liability
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear (D) signed an anti-indemnification bill into law April 7, making the Bluegrass State the 41st state to protect truckers from having to assume all liability for accidents regardless of who is to blame.
New Minn. Law Grants Liability Protection to Truckers
Minnesota has become the second state this year to pass a law that says shippers cannot include provisions in their contracts that make truckers liable for any accident, regardless of who is at fault.April 10, 2012