Rodey’s trucking defense practice group has extensive experience and expertise in the representation of trucking industry clients.
Working together, group members develop strategies to help reduce the costs of claims made and lawsuits brought against its trucking industry clients.
We help our trucking clients with:
commercial motor vehicle collisions
Department of Transportation (DOT) inspections
personal injury, catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims
property damage claims
Our trucking defense group is adept in dealing with Department of Transportation investigations. We have developed a rapid action team for the purpose of coordinating and conducting accident investigations.
Practice Group Leader Seth Sparks and other group members are active in the Trucking Insurance Defense Association (TIDA). This membership allows them to expand their knowledge of the latest defense strategies for the trucking industry and to stay current with changes in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) and other relevant laws. Group members are also active participants in industry trade groups and professional associations, including:
Defense Research Institute (Transportation Committee)
Harmonie Group’s Transportation Committee
Council on Litigation Management
Rodey’s trucking defense practice group works closely with clients and its team of experts to create successful strategies to minimize or eliminate exposure on each case.
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