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Brad Pistotnik has authored numerous articles on the law in the area of tractor-trailer accidents and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations (FMCSR) of the Department of Transportation.

The Brad Pistotnik Law Firm has provided the following legal resources.

Nationwide, it is estimated that one in every eight drivers does not carry auto insurance, if convicted, these individuals can face fines of up to $1000.
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Some studies have shown that defensive driving reduces the rates of recidivism and future car accident risk by as much as 50%.
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Individuals and their automobile accident attorney should account for considerable long-term care needs and factors following a paralyzing event.
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Worksites are full of potentially deadly hazards and stricter enforcement of safety standards is reducing the rates of wrongful death lawsuits.
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Beyond medical and funeral expenses, what costs should plaintiffs consider when determining which types of damages to pursue in a personal injury claim.
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Since workers caught in a workplace explosion can suffer complex injuries, they can pursue personal injury claims that cover personal and medical costs.
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Statistics show that people who ride electronic scooters are more prone to cause a Kansas car accident due to the lack of protection many E-riders have.
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ECM's are supposed to make driving safer, however, they can and do fail. If this occurs, it's crucial to ask for legal help for the damage made from a faulty ECM.
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An incident report from the police department is an important piece of evidence in an auto accident lawsuit. However, if no ticket was issued, does that ruin your case?
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Law enforcement takes hit-and-run accidents, and failure to report very seriously. If a report is not filed an individual may be charged with jail time.
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