After multiply delays, CSA (formerly CSA 2010 [which originally stood for Comprehensive Safety Analysis but was changed on Nov 30th to Compliance Safety and Accountability and the 2010 was dropped]) is now live at www.SAFERSYS.org. This will have a significant impact on litigation involving trucks, buses, and other commercial motor vehicles.
The FMCSA caved to industry pressure, so there is now a warning that indicates the data is not a safety fitness determination or a safety rating. The warning pops up when you log into the SaferSys site.
As a member of the Americans Association for Justice’s Interstate Trucking Litigation Group as well as the board of directors of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, I am glad this information is available to help people like you who unfortunately might be seriously injured in a tractor trailer crash.
I have been successful fighting trucking companies over the last 30 plus years. I am currently various clients who have been injured by 18 wheelers and other commercial vehicles. My accident reconstructionist is in Waco now investigating the scene and all vehicles and performing a representing a young women who was seriously injured when she was hit by a tractor trailer driver who was speeding at least 10 miles an hour over the speed limit.