As a employer in trucking I would not qualify you for the reasons I am going to at least show you.
You show a gap in history, which DOT requires 10 years, what did you do from 2-2009 to 4-2011, you do not show that, which is a big gap in employment.
Second you say you paid for a stuck truck, saying inferior equipment. as a Commercial Driver you are responsible the second you get in the drivers seat and complete your required pre-trip. So an admission you messed up is better for you as an explanation. Since blaming a truck on your failure to properly pre-trip a truck and driving it is your FAULT.
Lastly, a preventable accident hitting a bridge less than 3 years old, most insurance companies will DQ you. A bit of advise, there is no requirement to post bridge heights on non-truck routes. It is you responsibility again to be sure you are on a proper route.
Based on your employment history I would Disqualify you as a unsafe driver.
Sorry, but maybe a small company might gamble, but with increasing insurance rates, it seems that you do not pay attention to operating a commercial vehicle, dropping trailers where you think it good, getting stuck and blaming it on the truck, and hitting a bridge, your lucky its only 995.00. I have seem bridge strikes cost thousands, when the call out the engineers to structure test it. Best bet is to find a different career.