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A partner at Stritmatter Kessler Whelan Coluccio, Kevin Coluccio’s practice focuses on nursing home neglect and abuse, traumatic brain injuries, and railroad and maritime injury. Throughout his career, he has spared no effort in obtaining the justice that his clients so richly deserve. Kevin is recognized for his litigation skills in both pretrial discovery and trial presentation. With his wealth of knowledge and experience to draw upon, Mr. Coluccio is a valuable contributor to the firm’s blog, Elder Abuse and Neglect Law Blog.
Today with snow all over the roadways here in the Pacific Northwest, roadway travel was limited. Those that had to go out faced conditions of icy roads, continuous snow flakes or ice rain and side roads that were difficult to navigate. Out there, crazy drivers went too fast, followed too...
The Pacific Northwest is blanketed in snow which is expected to remain on the roadways for the next 36 hours. It is especially important to slow down as you drive on the roadways. Truck drivers need to pay particular attention to safety and defensive driving. Truck drivers need to...
Federal Regulations require that no truck driver shall operate a vehicle while the driver's ability is impaired or is likely to become impaired through fatigue. 49 CFR sec. 395.3. This means that a driver whose ability to safely operate his truck is impaired because he is tired or his...
The U.S. Department of Transportation has taken new action to address driver fatigue and to make sure that truck drivers get the rest they need to operate safely when on our public roadways.The new rule issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reduces by 12 hours the...
Over the past month, there have been several truck crashes in the Pacific Northwest. They include a semi truck that careened into several construction trucks parked along the shoulder of I-5. Another, involved a tanker truck that overturned on SR 405 in Bellevue. Yet another, involved a semi...