None of the accidents were ours btw. The one on the Central exit and the one at the BE's exit are both high center of gravity rollovers and both drivers should be cited for execessive speed and failure to control. You can't negotiate an off ramp with a high center of gravity load at the posted speed limit and not expect it roll.
In the case of the Central Avenue Flat bed roll, thats a Utility Trailer, steel framed, aluminum deck, ours are all aluminum/aluminum. If the load stayed on the trailer, it's considered securely chained (under ICC/DOT regulations). If the load came off, the driver will also be cited for an improperly secured load in addition to Failure to control and excessive speed for conditions.
Failure to control resulting in a damage accident is 4 points plus CSA points to the carrier and the police/DOT will look at his log book which may or may not result in more CSA points.
The I75 accident, because the driver is deceased, any infractions will be levied against his employer, like log book violations or equipment viloations.
It's tough driving a commercial vehicle today. Every corner has a barney fife with a ticket book and every carrier has their own enforcement personnnel. Thats what I do. I give drivers bad hair days.....
The accident on 75 involving the two van trucks, I believe we will find out that the one driver had either a heart attack or an acute mechanical failure (the one that pasted the bridge abutment) and was dead on the scene. The second vehicle wasn't able to avoid getting into the fray. That driver probably won't be charged with anything but is out his truck and someone will have to stand good for the cargo... a bad day for sure.