APITLA Stands Behind the Mission of the FMCSA

The primary mission of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), according to their website, is to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities involving large trucks and buses.

The FMCSA was established as a separate administration within the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on January 1, 2000, pursuant to the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999. FMCSA is headquartered in Washington, DC and employs more than 1,000 people in all 50 States and the District of Columbia, all dedicated to improving the safety of commercial motor vehicles (CMV) and saving lives.

The Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America is a national association of committed lawyers who have joined together to help eliminate unsafe and illegal interstate trucking practices. Through our combined efforts in learning, litigation and legislation, we are working today to make America’s highways a safer place tomorrow for our families, our clients, and all Americans.

Many of our members have attained extremely high levels of professional and national achievement and recognition in the area of law known as interstate trucking litigation.

APITLA, in adherence with FMCSA policies, is “Putting the Brakes on Unsafe Trucking Companies.”

Call Lori Tepper at APITLAmerica today at 888-772-4852, to learn more about APITLA, and its subsidiary publications, The Lawyer’s Logbook and TruckAccident Magazine.  Also, learn more about putting the brakes on unsafe trucking companies online at http://www.apitlamerica.com – APITLA is serving America’s truck accident victims.

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