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Keep On Trucking: Things That Can Be Done to Combat Truck Driver Fatigue

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Keep On Trucking: Things That Can Be Done to Combat Truck Driver Fatigue

Driving a commercial truck can be a very dangerous job. When you add driver fatigue to the equation, this profession takes on a higher degree of danger. Each, nearly 800 deaths are caused by driver fatigue. For people who have been the victim of an accident caused by driver fatigue, seeking out monetary compensation is a must.

Things That Can Be Done to Combat Truck Driver Fatigue

The injuries that can be sustained in a trucking accident can be quite severe and may prohibit you from working as a result. Instead of being unable to support your family due to your injuries, you need to contact Rosner Law Offices, P.C. at 856-238-5248 to find out what your rights are following a trucking accident caused by driver fatigue. Below are some of the things that can be done to combat truck driver fatigue.

Getting the Right Amount of Sleep is Essential

One of the most obvious and important things that can be done to combat truck driver fatigues is getting the right amount of sleep. Trying to meet a tight deadline may lead to a truck driver not getting adequate sleep. Usually, a consistent lack of sleep will lead to delayed reaction times. Taking the time to get the right amount of rest can help a truck driver avoid hurting themselves and other motorists.

Being Aware of Driving Conditions That May Lead to Driver Fatigue

Some truck drivers don’t realize that some of the conditions they drive in can lead to them becoming fatigued. For instance, if you are driving in a cab that is too hot or stuffy, you may find yourself becoming increasingly tired. Also things like driving in the rain or even at night can lead to fatigue-related accidents. If you find yourself on the receiving end of a fatigue-related trucking accident, then you need to contact our law firm immediately. We have helped many clients get the compensation for the injuries they sustained in a trucking accident and may be able to do the same for you.

Medical Conditions Can Cause Driver Fatigue

There are a variety of different medical conditions that can lead to a truck driver becoming fatigued while behind the wheel. Sleep apnea is one of the most common conditions that can lead to fatigue. If a person is not getting quality sleep due to having sleep apnea, it will be very hard for them to remain alert behind the wheel of a big rig. Diabetes can also lead to a person becoming fatigued behind the wheel. If a truck driver knows they have this condition, they will need to work hard to keep their blood sugar regulated. This will allow them to stay alert and avoid being involved in accidents related to fatigue.

If you are in need of legal advice following a trucking accident that was not your fault, then call Rosner Law Offices, P.C. now! You can reach us at 856-238-5248 to schedule a free consultation to find out what your best course of action is following this type of accident.

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