Burns Attends Dedication of Montage
Honoring Truck Crash Victims

May 8, 2014

Dollar, Burns & Becker attorney Jeff Burns recently attended the installation of a montage dedicated to truck crash victims at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) offices in the U.S. Department of Transportation Building located in Washington, D.C. The montage of photos was presented by the Truck Safety Coalition to the FMCSA in recognition of the importance of truck safety and victims' rights.

Mr. Burns said, "It is our hope that this montage will serve as a constant reminder that, every day, more victims are dying in truck crashes. Hopefully, this symbolizes a renewed focus on the urgent need to take affirmative steps to save lives and on the constant need for vigilance in the promotion of truck safety by the FMCSA."

U.S. Transportation Bldg Montage with Group

From left to right: Steve Izer, Parents Against Tired Truckers (P.A.T.T.), Jeff Burns (Counsel for Truck Safety Coalition), Daphne Izer (P.A.T.T), Anne Ferro (FMCSA Administrator), Jane Mathis (FMCSA Advisory Board), Jennifer Tierney (C.R.A.S.H), John Lannen (Truck Safety Coalition, Executive Director) and Bill Bronrott (Deputy Administrator FMCSA).

Mr. Burns serves as the National Transportation Counsel for the Truck Safety Coalition, and has fought for the rights of truck crash victims throughout his career.