Firm owner Rod Rehm is scheduled to be featured as a guest on tonight’s edition of the America’s Truckin’ Network show. It runs from 11 p.m. tonight through 4 a.m. Friday (midnight to 5 a.m. Eastern Time) on 700 WLW-AM.
Mr. Rehm is scheduled as tonight’s guest because of his work representing truckers for over 30 years, 15 of which have been through the website www.truckerlawyers.com.
Mr. Rehm will join the show’s host, Steve Sommers, to discuss workers’ compensation for truck drivers. The specific topic will include the use of prescription drugs to treat work-related injuries and the complications that drivers can have when returning to work.
When assisting injured truckers, the law firm’s attorneys also often helps truckers nationwide through referrals to attorneys in their own state, due to differences in state laws and workers’ compensation coverage.
According to the radio station, “Steve Sommers joined the Truckin’ Bozo Radio Network in 1996, hosting the show on weekends and filling in for his father, Dale Sommers (Truckin’ Bozo). In 2004, Dale handed over the main hosting duties to his son, Steve, keeping this popular program in the family with a new name: America’s Truckin’ Network!
Mr. Sommers is dedicated to continuing the high standards and traditions of America’s Truckin’ Network, ensuring long-haul truckers have news, weather, music and conversation to keep them company over the long and sometimes lonely miles of the American roads.”
There are a number of ways for drivers to participate in the America’s Truckin’ Network show, both through listening and by asking questions. Tune in on your Sirius/XM radio, channel 166, stream through a computer at www.700wlw.com, or listen to 700WLW-AM.
The conversation continues on social media via Twitter @truckerlawyers and at www.facebook.com/truckerlawyers on Facebook. America’s Truckin’ Network is on Twitter @AmericasTrknNet and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/700wlw. In addition, some previous shows, including previous guest appearances by Mr. Rehm, are archived as podcasts at this website.