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How Heavy Rain Makes Truck Accidents More Dangerous

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The majority of weather-related truck accidents take place when rain is falling or the pavement is wet. In heavy rains, trucks traveling at 55 miles per hour can take the length of two football fields to stop, according to Jonathan W. Gathings & Associates, LLC, truck accident lawyers in Birmingham, AL.

As shown in the infographic, Alabama is a prime example of how bad weather can make truck accidents worse -- where the hurricane season hits from June to October.

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