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Monthly Archives: March 2013

Commercial Truck Insurance May Pay Death Claim

Commercial Truck Insurance May Pay Death ClaimPost Date March 28, 2013 – A Federal Lawsuit was filed against a  Long Haul Truck Driver  was involved in an deadly collision in January of this year.  As a result of this incident, two women were killed as a result of the supposed negligence. The lawsuit came from the husband of one of the fatalities, Suzanne K. Stephenson, 65 years old, a resident of Monroeville, Indiana.  Mrs. Stephenson was a member of the Monroeville Town Council for  over 18 years.  The driver identified as Scott A. Saunders, is being sued for $75,000 of damages. Saunders was driving his semi-trailer rear-ended two vehicles that resulted to the death of two women, and injuries to seven other people. The said accident also caused a pile-up on the said highway. If found liable the Truckers Commercial Truck Insurance Policy will be forced to the $75,000.00.

Commercial Truck Insurance is vital to any shipping business…….

The other fatality was identified as Sandra Dealy, 43 years old, of Convoy, Ohio. Both Stephenson and Dealy were driving two seperate cars at the time of the collision.  A State Police investigations revealed that at that time the light  green and the traffic had already started moving forward when the truck driver failed to slow down.  The Semi hit the rear end of the Stephenson car resulting in her death. The semi that Saunders was driving is owned by Kutzler Express, a Wisconsin-based trucking company. Kutzler is also being named in the lawsuit file by Mr. Stephenson. Although this agent is not aware of the Commercial Truck Insurance carriers covering the drivers vehicle; any shipping enterprise which uses trucks to move freight must purchase a Commercial Truck Insurance  Policy.

The crash is now being investigated by the Allen County Prosecutor’s Office. The actual cause of this fatal accident has not yet been determined.  It’s possible this is an issue of negligence or a maintenance problem.   Regardless; the injured parties as well the families of those killed in the accident can file a lawsuit seeking compensation for their loss.  It is for these events that trucking operators, company or independent are required to Commercial Truck Insurance liability to compensate others for the injuries it has inflicted to other parties in the course of operating the vehicle. If you are in need of Truck Insurance immediately, call


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Suspended Drivers License In PA For Texting

Post Date March 25, 2013 – Not only are drivers banned from texting while driving  in most states in the U.S., you can expect a suspended drivers license in PA for that offense. In addition to the ban from texting while driving, many states have barred drivers from using mobile communication devices. Even with the… Continue Reading

Commercial Auto Insurance Dominated By Travelers

Post Date March 22, 2013 – Travelers Group is now the largest commercial auto insurance company in the United States. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) now indicates Travelers Commercial Auto Insurance is the largest insurer of business cars, trucks and over the road trackers in america.  Over 25 commercial auto insurance companies were… Continue Reading

Electronic Proof Of Auto Insurance Available In TX

Post Date March 15, 2013 – Electronic proof of auto insurance  is sweeping it’s way across the country.  Texas may be the  next  state to approve the use of electronic proof of car insurance coverage in the U.S.  Carrying a car insurance ID  in the State of Texas is as an important as carrying a… Continue Reading

Texting While Driving Ban Faces Challenges

Post Date March 4, 2013 – PA Police officers who are tasked to enforce a new law prohibiting Pennsylvania drivers from texting while diving or using their cellphones while having their hands on the steering wheel expressed difficulty in implementing such law. Texting while driving was imposed in the state of Pennsylvania just a few… Continue Reading

Oregon Car Insurance Will Increase For Texting/Driving

Post Date March 2, 2012 – With only two dissenting members, the Oregon Senate pushed forward new laws  last month which were originally proposed by the Senate’s  President proposing much more rigid penalties against drivers who are caught using there cellphones while driving a car  in the state of Oregon. Of course these new laws… Continue Reading