Semi Truck Accident Victims Center Urges All Drivers on Interstates to Be Cautious of Semi Trucks or Tractor Trailers Because Late Spring Means Unpredictable Weather

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The Semi Truck Accident Victims Center is urging all US drivers using our nation's interstate highway system to be especially cautious with unpredictable late spring weather, especially in the Plains States, the Midwest, and the south where severe weather creates the perfect storm for severe accidents with passenger vehicles, and semi trucks. http://SemiTruckAccidentVictimsCenter.Com

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We are warning all passenger vehicle drivers to be on their toes during a severe spring, or summer storm, because if the semi truck driver cannot see you, they will have no problem merging into you lane, at 60, or 70 miles per hour

The Semi Truck Accident Victims Center is the premier advocate for innocent victims of a semi truck, or commercial vehicle accident, and they are urging passenger vehicle drivers to be especially vigilant when driving on our nation's interstates, or freeways during the late spring, or early summer, because these can be the most dangerous times of year to drive, because of severe weather. The group says, "We are warning all drivers to be alert because late spring or early summer weather can be so unpredictable, and hazardous, especially when you add in high winds, and blinding rain, or hail storms caused by late spring, or early summer thunder storms. With the possible exception of the west coast, almost all other parts of the US can either get extremely violent thunderstorms, along with downpours, extreme wind events, and in the US Southwest, you can even get blinding dust storms. The problem, in many cases, is that exhausted semi truck drivers have schedules to make, and they may not see you or your car, if the weather takes a sudden turn for the worse. We are warning all passenger vehicle drivers to be on their toes during a severe spring, or summer storm, because if the semi truck driver cannot see you, they will have no problem merging into you lane, at 60, or 70 miles per hour."

The Semi Truck Accident Victims Center has developed an unparalleled consumer service for innocent victims, or families of innocent victims involved in a semi truck, or tractor trailer accident called the Semi Truck Accident Victims Bill of Rights, that has been designed to be an unequaled service for a seriously injured innocent victim of a semi truck accident anywhere in the United States. For more information please call the group anytime at 866-714-6466.

The Semi Truck Accident Victim Center's Bill of Rights includes:

  • Upon learning of a passenger vehicle and its occupants innocently involved in a semi truck or commercial vehicle truck crash involving serious injuries, or fatalities family members are urged to contact the Semi Truck Accident Victims Center at 866-714-6466.    
  • If serious or life threatening injuries are involved with innocent victims of a semi truck or commercial vehicle crash, the Semi Truck Accident Victims Center will do on the spot research related to the best local trauma centers and most capable physicians, so that family members or loved ones can have vital information they may need to make the best possible medical choices.
  • Because the owners of the semi trucks or commercial vehicles frequently have the absolute best attorneys money can buy, the Semi Truck Accident Victims Center will build a national caliber personal injury team of legal experts and attorneys for the semi truck or commercial vehicle accident victims and/or their loved ones on the spot, in order to make certain the rights of innocent victims of a semi truck or commercial truck crash are protected.
  • The Semi Truck Victims Center will always be on call to any family, loved one, or victim of a semi truck or commercial truck accident. This includes assisting a family with counseling, or any other assistance they may need in Texas or in all states including California, Florida, New Jersey, Michigan, Ohio, Oklahoma, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, Delaware, New Hampshire, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska and all other US States.

The Semi Truck Accident Victims Center is on call 24 hours a day to any innocent victim, or family member of a innocent victim involved in a serious accident with a semi truck, commercial vehicle, or big rig. The group can be contacted anytime at 866-714-6466, or a victim, or their loved ones can contact the group via their web site at http://SemiTruckAccidentVictimsCenter.Com

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