Ohio Truck Laws
Whether conducting in-state or inter-state commerce, trucks play an enormous role in the safety on Ohio’s roadways. Our state boasts busy toll roads, high-traffic interstate freeways, and miles of two-lane country highways, making truck traffic throughout Ohio common. Major cities like Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus and Toledo attract tractor trailers, semis and tanker trucks from all parts of the country. Highways such as the Ohio Turnpike, Interstate 75, Interstate 70 and numerous other freeways serve as major arteries for trucks that are only passing through Ohio. Unfortunately, that high traffic leads to frequent truck accidents.
If you or a family member has suffered from a truck accident, you need a legal representative who has experience in holding trucking companies, carriers and brokers accountable. The lawyers at Leizerman & Young have handled cases across in more than half the states in the United States.
Despite their national acclaim, their attorneys at Leizerman & Young are proud to call Ohio home, as we continues to focus our expertise toward the benefit of Ohioans who have suffered as a result of a truck accident. Contact any one of our offices today for a free consultation and discuss your potential case with an attorney who has a track record for defending truck accident victims against the drivers and carriers who should be held responsible.
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For over 40 years, Leizerman & Young and its predecessor law firms have helped hundreds of victims of Ohio truck accidents. Our truck accident attorneys have successfully represented Ohio residents who suffered wrongful death or serious injuries that have prevented them from returning to work and have caused permanent disability.
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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (Title 49, Parts 350-399) govern all vehicles engaged in interstate traffic.
There are some situations where a tractor-trailer or other commercial motor vehicle is involved in only intrastate travel. For example, an appliance store in Bath may own a truck that only makes in-state deliveries.
The Ohio Department of Public Safety has adopted Title 49, Parts 382, 383, 384, 390, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, and 399 of the federal regulations.
For an overview of laws that affect trucks operating only in Ohio, visit our Ohio Trucking Laws page.