Big trucks require big coverage – at least according to the Motor Carrier Act of 1980. To make sure that coverage protects the public in accidents involving these big trucks, the Act requires that coverage to include an MCS-90 endorsement. What is the MCS-90 endorsement, and what does it mean for a subrogation case involving a tractor-trailer or other large or hazardous vehicle? Join Rebecca and Steve as they discuss the MCS-90 endorsement, and how knowing what it says can help you in your negotiations of trucking cases.
You can find more information on the Financial Responsibility Requirements for large or hazardous vehicles on the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s website, and the Form MCS-90 Endorsement here.