Firm owner Rod Rehm, associate attorney Jon Rehm, and I got to know Allen and Donna Smith as the hosts of the Truck Driver Social Media Convention when we signed on as sponsors for the 2012 event.
But the Smiths also work tirelessly year-round to advocate for drivers through social media and technology.
According to their website The Truth About Trucking, “As host of the trucking blog, Ask The Trucker, Allen Smith is known as being the most recognized advocate for assisting students and new drivers, giving thousands of CDL students, as well as new and inexperienced truck drivers, an inside look into the OTR trucking industry.”
One way the Smiths are allied with truckers is by hosting their “Truth About Trucking ‘Live’ on Blog Talk Radio” show, “which continues to break new grounds by innovative methods to assure that the voice of the professional trucker is heard.”
Rod Rehm is scheduled to be tonight’s guest at 6 p.m. Central Time because of his work representing truckers for over 30 years, 15 of which have been through the website www.truckerlawyers.com.
“Mr. Rehm joins us as our special guest and to take your calls as we discuss this specialized area of law and what you need to know as a professional truck driver,” according to the introduction for tonight’s show. “His law firm also often helps truckers nationwide through referrals to attorneys in their own state due to differences in state laws.”
The Smiths said that there are a number of ways to access and participate in tonight’s show, both through listening and by asking questions.
From a computer: Click on the show link directly at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truthabouttrucking/2013/07/25/attorney-rod-rehm-of-truckerlawyerscom-1
This option “also gives the opportunity to join the chat room and get in the conversation. If they want to be more than an observer in the chat room, they’ll need to have a BTR account. All you do is create a login and password to do this. You can even sign in with Facebook or Twitter. Note: You don’t need an account to just listen to the show, just to be active in the chat room,” according to Donna Smith.
Folks are also welcome to listen from a computer using the embed code found here:
To hear the show from a phone or to ask questions: Call 347-826-9170. Then to ask questions, just follow the prompts: press 1.
We invite you to listen in and also call with your questions and thank the Smiths for the opportunity for Mr. Rehm to be tonight’s featured guest!
The conversation continues on social media via Twitter @truckerlawyers and at www.facebook.com/truckerlawyers on Facebook.