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Families paid $18 million after trucking accident wrongful deaths

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A Michigan trucking company recently paid $18 million to three families who lost their loved ones during a tragic trucking accident in June 2006.

The driver of the truck, who was on Valium at the time of the accident, allegedly fell asleep at the wheel, causing him to rear-end a car carrying four women on their way to a wedding. Three of the women suffered wrongful death after the trucking accident.

Our Toledo, Ohio trucking accident attorneys have seen the devastating affects that personal injuries and wrongful deaths from trucking accidents can have on a family. We urge all drivers to never drive while drowsy or tired, always obey all traffic signs, and always wear a seatbelt. If you or someone you love has injured in a trucking accident, call our office to order your FREE copy of the Ohio Accident Book or to set up a free consultation to discuss your rights with an attorney.