TruckAccident Magazine – full of invaluable information for truck accident victims and their families

“Drug and alcohol tests are necessary to keep truck drivers alert and America’s highways safe. But when a truck driver fails a drug or alcohol test, there’s no way for trucking companies to share that information with other companies. A national drug and alcohol registry would allow trucking companies to share information about failed drug and alcohol tests and keep unsafe truck drivers off America’s highways. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association has said that a registry is in the works, but there aren’t any apparent signs of progress. Congress, as part of the recently passed highway bill, just ordered the agency to create the clearinghouse.”
-Truck Accident Magazine, July 2012

The ALL-NEW TruckAccident Magazine is providing this and other types of invaluable information for truck accident victims and their families.

TruckAccident Magazine is an online publication that features hundreds of articles, easily accessible and serving as a resource to the victims of truck accidents. The magazine will provide these victims with information that is helpful to them in their time of tragedy.

It is important to be educated about the facts surrounding many truck accident cases. This digital magazine, published monthly, will be specifically geared for truck accident victims and their families, so they have direct access to a huge amount of very helpful information.

Call Lori Tepper at APITLAmerica today at 888-772-4852, to learn more about TruckAccident magazine. Also, learn more online at http://www.apitlamerica.com – APITLA is serving America’s truck accident victims.

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