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All commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers are required by federal law to maintain a log book to show proof that they are in compliance with the hours-of-service regulations. It is critical for a truck driver to maintain his or her log accurately and truthfully, because...

In early July, a 42-year-old man was driving drunk in Mayfield when he collided head-on with another vehicle. The occupant of the other vehicle was killed in the crash. Nicolas Raspanti, 42, of Hickory Hills is charged with two counts of aggravated DUI. Unfortunately, stories like...

General-aviation includes all private airplanes and helicopters. Crashes involving general-aviation far outpace the number of deaths and accidents in the commercial airline industry. According to USA Today, “in 2013 alone, there were 1,199 general-aviation crashes—more than three per day on average—killing 347 people, injuring 571 and...

It is never clear why a reckless driver selfishly chooses to endanger the lives of innocent bystanders. Unfortunately, on July 4, a reckless driver managed to kill himself, his passenger and more importantly, he managed to kill a married couple and injure their son. CSNChicago.com says...

USA Today conducted an investigation that spanned five decades, linking crashes to defects in small aircraft. Over this period, nearly 45,000 people have been killed in private plane and helicopter crashes. That is nine times the number of fatalities in the airline industry. The National Transportation...

General Motors (GM) has hired Kenneth Feinberg, the top compensation expert in the U.S., to pay out billions of dollars to victims injured or killed by the faulty ignition switch in small cars. GM says 13 deaths have resulted from the defective switches in small cars....