Teenage Truckers Eyed as Answer to Driver Shortage. But What About Safety?

People as young as 18 could soon be driving cargo-laden big rigs across state lines. Federal regulators and the trucking industry are hoping that a soon-to-be-launched pilot apprenticeship program for underage drivers will eventually help alleviate a severe trucker shortage that has helped hobble the nation’s supply chain. However, critics contend that the program is… Read more

Truck Accident News: U.S. Traffic Deaths Surged in First Half of 2021

Traffic deaths surged in the first half of 2021, a sign that truckers and other motorists have not abandoned many of the reckless driving habits they’ve acquired during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Killino Firm’s Truck Accident Lawyers believe the victims of negligent and careless drivers deserve compensation for their pain and suffering. If you or someone… Read more

As Motorcycles Grow in Popularity, So Does the Danger

Motorcycles are becoming more and more popular as a mode of transportation. But with the approach of warm weather and summer travel, the risk of serious and fatal motorcycle crashes is growing. To avoid tragedy, bikers and the drivers of other motor vehicles must make every effort to share the road safely. The Killino Firm’s… Read more

Cybex International Settles CPSC Charges Over Recalled Exercise Machines

The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) has hit Cybex International with a nearly $8 million civil penalty in connection with two recently recalled exercise machines. According to the Commission, the settlement will resolve allegations that Cybex failed to immediately report that its Arm Curl and Smith Press Machines contained a defect or created an… Read more

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