Trucking Company Involved in Fatal Indiana Crash Cited for Multiple Accidents

July 29, 2015  |  Serious Accidents

According to an NBC Chicago investigative report, the company involved in a recent fatal trucking accident in Indiana is a repeat offender, with 34 violations and 9 accidents on the record in the last 24 months alone. In the most recent crash, five people died, including a mother and her two sons.

Documents obtained by NBC5 Investigates from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, show that [the] company, Illini State Trucking Company of Hammond, has been involved in nine other crashes in the last two years, four of them with injuries, and one fatal.”

The company has reportedly been cited multiple times for employees driving longer than the legally-mandated eight hour limit. Our trucking accident lawyers have seen many similar cases and are working diligently to hold these companies accountable for their actions.

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