When it comes to truck driver negligence, usually we talk about tired or fatigued drivers that have skirted sleep laws; or truck companies that allowed the driver to continue to operate their vehicles despite rest laws to the contrary. Sometimes, the negligent truck driver may make a poor driving decision, such as taking a sharp turn too fast when the cargo the truck is carrying physically will not allow for such a turn (leading to a toppled vehicle).
There is another factor to truck operation that can also get a driver in trouble -- the monotony of the job. Hundreds and thousands of hours out on the road every year can cause a driver's mind to wander; to lose focus on what is going on out on the road. Ultiamtely, this daydreaming can lead to a serious truck accident.