Trucking Cos. Need Stronger Insurance To Protect Public

By Tad Thomas (January 21, 2022, 2:57 PM EST) -- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce never lets a crisis go to waste, particularly in the pandemic era.

When COVID-19 first began sweeping around the globe in early 2020, the Chamber immediately sought to insulate its corporate members from liability if they exposed their workers or customers to COVID-19.

Two years later, none of the Chamber's dire predictions of an avalanche of lawsuits from workers and customers ever came to fruition.

It has now turned its sights on shielding the trucking industry, including operators engaging in risky and sometimes criminal behavior, from accountability, claiming in a recent Law360 guest article that litigation is to...

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