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Archive for August 2017

High Volume of Overweight Trucks Seen on Oklahoma Roads

As the crossroads of America, Oklahoma’s roads get a high volume of commercial truck traffic. The problem is that a lot of those trucks are illegal. The Oklahoma Corporation Commission transportation division’s automated ports of entry can more efficiently monitor … Source: Claims Journal

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Harvey Makes Another Landfall on Battered Gulf Coastline

On Tuesday morning, disaster analyst Chuck Watson pegged $42 billion as a reasonable estimate for the cost of destruction Tropical Storm Harvey would leave in its wake. By dawn Wednesday, he had raised that to much as $75 billion. Harvey’s … Source: Claims Journal

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When Perils Combine – Concurrent Causation and Texas Law

Hurricane Harvey is the strongest hurricane to hit the Texas coast in over 55 years. Like all hurricanes, in some locations Harvey produced strong winds causing wind uplift and projectile property damage. Such damage was widespread in the Rockport area. … Source: Claims Journal

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Harvey May Be Sign of Future Storms

By the time the rain stops, Harvey will have dumped about 1 million gallons of water for every man, woman and child in southeastern Texas – a soggy, record-breaking glimpse of the wet and wild future that global warming could … Source: Claims Journal

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